As part of a study of modular geometry in architecture, we were required to apply a 3 x 3 x 3 module to a small vacation home on a fictional, lakeside hill site.
My response to this challenge was to study the 3 x 3 x 3 cube as not only a linear array, but also one of points. Thus, the parts of the house would either directly reflect the geometries of the cubes, or be derived from the points created by intersecting or joining lines. This was a short, hand drawn project which also took on the role of an experiment in presentation graphics.
Status: Under Construction
Location: Fictional Site