The residential renovation provided opportunities to amplify programmatic differentiation as well as develop storage systems that are responsive to localized conditions. The delineation between the bathrooms and the bedrooms are heightened with the introduction of a continuous sliding wood wall that amplifies the difference between service and living spaces while creating clear programmatic delineation.
The storage devices seek to examine the formation of parametric transitional systems to manipulate and differentiate physical attributes within single operative systems. The departure point for the living room bookshelf geometry is the idealized grid of the stair while the materiality is the wood treads and risers. As forces are applied in the design process, the system transitions geometrically and materially from the idealized orthogonal grid to a deformed hexagonal pattern. The storage in the office is initiated with a series of neutral horizontal lines along several walls. Control geometry is established, determining segments of the horizontal lines to which an algorithm operates in a binary methodology extending horizontal segments to become the shelving.