"A System of Residence Space Construction" Architectural Scale

The architectural space is developed as a network of interconnected architectural units whose size and shape depend on the hosted facility. The perimetric allocation of the furniture favors the optimal utilization of the architectural space, given the geometric features posed by the building system (alternative allocations are also possible). The attachment of the furniture at the perimeter can be supported by a system of attachment units exhibiting appropriate emergent geometric properties. According to this system, the attachment-supporting infrastructure can be developed at the furniture scale according to a process similar to the development of the architectural space, however much simpler.


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