The notion of the study of the Schindler house leads the project to the “double condition” problems. The catalogs of the formal studies from the 2 different strategies, the compressive cut and the bifolding, embedded in the house form as a series of the space. Two different forms are married in order to address the intimate bond to a single family house which emanates from the negotiation of the empathy of the line of the landscape.
The inside and the outside, the frontyard and the backyard -- these dubbling conditions as they inherit the landscape force, the components are broken to become part of the landscape and host the semi-public space to the outside and embrace the certain tradition, kitchen and the connection to the gazebo, and make it radical.
Thank Alyse Sedlock for the collaboration