Student(s): Aaron Scott
Instructor(s): Beth Blostein
Course: ARCH 3420: Architectural Design IV
Term: Spring 2016

This project is about the use of 3d windows within a space to create both depth, and a sense of collapsed space. The first study was that of imprinting the theater typology into the architecture, the second study was with the windows as an experiential devise. The openings within the project are produced by the void through planes. These coordinated views create lines of site that draw the eye through the project. These views are strategically placed around points of circulation to provide the experience of seeing people moving in and out of view. To further this idea, I have created modes of circulation that travel through these 3dimensional windows to enhance the effect and experience.