Family

Project by Dana Elkhoury & Katlyn Reichelt

Within current building typologies, letter forms have become standard and program flattened. Although these letter forms may serve a value, current programmatic strategies are not flexible. By combining current formal typologies with varying programmatic strategies, new building forms are created to achieve a more interactive and responsible building for the individual occupants and the city.

Existing Form and Program

Alternative Program Distribution Study

Skin Studies

Osaka

London

Dubai

 

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