house 2 _ spatial integration

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a-project is further extending the logics of “room” distribution into an “assembly” of spaces where the internal construction of rooms is also subject to a multiple grid construction and have an interrelationship with “anterior”, “exterior” and “interior” spatial constructions. The spatial configurations of room compartments are extended as multiple grid constructions of individual “houses” that respond to localised grid and contingent influences on the assembly of “rooms” and “floors”, with divergent grid constructions of “roof” and “external” works.

a-project is developing these composite “assembly” studies as an ongoing framework that suggests multiple possibilities for spatial definition and occupation. In this instance forming an evolving logic of a series of “house constructions”, and investigating the spatial potential of diverse reconstructions of the 3d grid envelope and the associated reconstruction of “room” relationships and spatial extensions of interior and exterior.

The following images present an initial product of this research:

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a-project is an architectural design practice that provides a flexible architectural service that is responsive to the complexities of contemporary life and the varied situations of the built environment and client needs. It focusses on an open approach to design problems – responding to the multiple factors that shape the process of designing – from the social, economic and physical environmental challenges to historic, material and personal narratives.

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