Existing architecture is unable to fully satiate our voyeuristic desires. By inserting the public realm in to a usually private space and allowing the public to get a view of that private space, architecture has the ability to reach its full voyeuristic potential. In deciding to tackle the topic of voyeurism in architecture, what better topic to utilize than the realm of photography?
(Note, this was my undergraduate thesis project)
Status: School Project
Location: San Francisco, CA, US