Document Type

Thesis, Senior

Publication Date

Spring 2017

Degree

B. ARCH

Keywords

housing, social media, manifesto, 3D printing, fabrication

Language

English

Disciplines

Architecture

Description/Abstract

The house, is one of the most fundamental architectural archetypes, has long been used as unbuilt or built manifestos to declare the avant-garde of the discipline. As designers, we need to re-visualize design concepts to create architecture that integrates and corresponds to the way we dwell. Innovating design in the same way technology and digitalization have been innovating production and the way we live. This thesis investigates a return to the design of a house as a manifesto, focusing on today’s advanced modes of fabrication and evolving ways of living to challenge the current design mindset.

Additional Information

This thesis was nominated for the 2017 Thesis Prize Jury and ultimately received the Best Thesis award, one of the three James Britton Memorial Awards given each year at Convocation.

Thesis Advisors: Roger Hubeli and Julie Larsen with Sinead Mac Namara and Nicole McIntosh

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