LIVING UNIT

third year | fall '17

This project prompted for the design of a unit that can facilitate one's daily rituals they would undergo throughout their day. In this unit there is space for bathroom, storage, kitchen and rest. The idea is to explore how the experience of performing our necessary daily tasks is influenced by the architectural intent within a space.

The design is based around a core column that is outfitted with the electrical, heating and water systems for the unit. Ribboning bands that pull away from this centralized unit and bend, turn and expand in space doing three things: provide necessary power and resources to perform said functions, create distinct pockets of spaces for each ritual and lastly to become the surface for which its habitants can use.