Lattice Space

Runyu Wang, M.Arch '23


ARCH 505B: Graduate Architecture Design I

Gallery: Clusters and Aggregates: Housing and Urbanism

Instructor: Gary Paige

The project is designed for singles and young couples interested in sharing living space. The building form starts as a series of repetitive bars that are arranged according to X-Y axes and stacked one on top of another, forming a three-dimensional lattice of dwelling units and open spaces. Programmatically, the combination of bars results in three types of units and shared spaces. Various combinations create a contrasting and complementary space between the bars, and combined with an undulating roof form serve to give a distinctive identity to the shared and private spaces.


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