Red Hill Gallery

Nestled within a quickly disappearing agricultural landscape at the edge of a small tropical town, Red Hill Gallery hides behind a preserved rubber forest in which visitors are invited to wander in as they enter the place. Wherein the design of a human experience takes precedence here, it mimics the journey of searching for a destination in a forest. Folding ceilings and walls invoke dramatic sense of scales within the building to suit different functional spaces. From the outside, the building is reminiscence of compressed, undulating hills that slope towards the ground, disregarding any sense of scale.