Modular Snaking Surfaces

Lucia Qian, BSAS '25

ARCH 102A: Architectural Design I

Gallery: HOME|WORK

Instructor: Sandra Yum

My design focuses on using a modular system of columns with surfaces snaking vertically and horizontally around those columns to create spaces. My personality as an ambivert puts me in the transition between extroverted and introverted, and my dwelling is a reflection of this duality. Flow is dictated by framing and light, creating moments of privacy and openness. This framework created of walls and columns lets in different amounts of light that dictates the ritual in the space. More light flooding open spaces framed by columns creates a more extroverted ambiance, framing your views. Walls that block out light and create privacy allows for a more introspective space.


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