Chase sunlight in Hutong
Hutong is a narrow lane or alleyway in a traditional residential area of a Chinese city, especially Beijing.
Surrounding the Forbidden City, many were built during the Yuan (1206-1341), Ming(1368-1628), and Qing(1644-1908) dynasties.
Due to urbanizing process, there were only a few hutongs remain in the central area.
After a month of residency in Hutong, problems have been revealed due to the everyday living experience.
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Laundry and plants are chasing the sunlight and claimed their space.
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In order to balance the relationship between sunlight and position. The concept is about a integrated solution of window and flower pot.

The pot could be placed on the sill inside room and rotated 90 degrees to explode under sunshine. There is one plate connect with window and two place to put pots. With every quarter the plate rotate the two separate small unit rotate 30 degrees in the same time and do not rotate back when the main plate come inside.

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