Erasing Boundaries

Juwon Seo, B.Arch '25

ARCH 102A: Architectural Design I

Gallery: HOME|WORK

Instructor: Sandra Yum

Using the 1931 color palette of Le Corbusier, this archipelago-like house attempts to erase the definitions of public versus private spaces within a residential space. The traditionally closed boundaries inside of a home are replaced with curved screen-like walls to achieve this momentum. The exterior glass walls are additionally curved, forming a ring-like circulation, in an effort to maximize flow in movement and connection.


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