Sunday, June 5, 2011

Student Work | Architecture G | Vertical Workshop 2010 | Housing In Sahara

The student team led by  ARCHITECTURE-G, won an honorable mention in Vertical Workshop 2010. The proposed prototype, called Isotropic, consists of a housing organization system for political refugees in the Sahara. This is an infrastructure that provides 6 rooms of 2.5 × 2.5 m to each family of 6. (A patio, two rooms covered in PB, a room covered with double height ground floor and two rooms covered in P1). We designed a housing scheme to provide flexibility of use and generate spatial and thermal situations. Although the system can be organized in grid or cluster, their virtue is the spontaneous growth in any direction, the non hierarchical, rhizomatic, without staking. The house is light, recyclable and transportable in a 125x250x60cm packaging.
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