The term Multiformity, is a term that I use within the discipline to describe the shift from the typical - single variable optimization - to a multi-parameter effectiveness that uses many forms or shapes to produce greater effects not just between public and private spaces, but also environmental effects. With the continuous growth of our cities and the growing concern over global climate, we are forever evolving away from traditional trends to more sophisticated and environmentally responsive architecture. By reforming the relationships between public and private realms this thesis investigates how multiformity can advance these evolving trends.
Status: School Project
Location: Houston, TX, US