Cohabitation Dwellings / Spring 2018
Critic: Joeb Moore


Conceptual Framework

This 2-week design problem addresses the concept of dwelling within tight quarters. The following questions guided my approach:

What about the architecture indicates the presence and absence of human operation? How does that proof of life, embedded in the architecture, link as well as separate human interaction?

I explored these questions by breaking open the wet wall, conventionally an opaque partition, to reveal human cohabitation without compromising privacy. The newly exploded wet wall becomes a day-lit spine off of which human activity exists intertwined and separate.