Student(s): Natalie Fountain
Instructor(s): Beth Blostein
Course: ARCH 2410: Architectural Design I
Term: Autumn 2015

The basis of design for the double house project is two bars, wherein each bar is a separate unit, that intersect. Instead of creating a shared space in the intersection, the space was declared by one of the two bars. In this process, one of the bars wins out over the other in the amount of space it obtains. The way in which the smaller bar is carved out, pushed the circulation up, over the other unit. To defend itself from the loss, its circulation carves through space of the larger unit.