Anthromorph


Ten Francis, B.Arch ’20


SP. 20


Instructor: Eric Haas

Within architecture there’s is a missing conversation and relationship between itself and the occupant, the occupant typically simplify INHABITING architecture rather than LIVING within it. Architecture should not only be a shell but also a blanket that envelopes the human experience, molding itself to the occupant. Architecture can be and should be designed by movement of the occupant as movement is the pure embodiment of the human habitation. Presenting the ANTHROMORPH, a new form of architecture that designates the occupant as a designer rather than the architect.


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