Traditional high-rise buildings are built from bottom to top. Inspired by raindrops, we use a disorderly top-bottom approach and sample and analyze the trajectories of raindrops, Then stacking countless trajectories and finding available space.
Considering the spontaneity of the Kowloon Walled City it is a bottom-top building that forms a lot of efficient and interesting spaces. In the process of design, it is the process of pursuing the unity of space and form of architecture
After investigation and research it is learned that the raindrops are affected by gravity during the process of falling, and will gradually gather together to become large raindrops These large raindrops then divide some of which filamentous division some strip division, the others block division.
Raindrops are affected by gravity, dust, and wind, forming different trajectories during the fall.