Grace Robertson, Noelle Daniel
Using a grounding form, we explored how the depth of a space can proportionally relate to the programming and amount of time spent in each location. The form guide circulation and responds to how users interact within the space. We have created a tangible path that serves a multitude of programmatic uses, while silently communicating a flow in which to move. The inserted volume strategically interacts with the three levels of the building. The form acts as a light installation on the lower level; a program divider on the ground level; and a flooring inlay on the upper level.
- Interior Design VIIRN 601InstructorMichael Shafir