I’ve always felt a home should move with the bodies it facilitates. Being able to transform with the inhibitors needs opposed to the traditional notion of the inhibitor conforming to the built space. This simple 1 bedroom home is designed to allow the sun to reach each space at the time of day the inhibitor will perform their daily rituals. 6.30 – 7.30am the sun gently wakes the occupier, midday it bursts into the kitchen and dining area, by the afternoon the sun begins to descend its day in the lounge, where the occupier to unwinds.
Inspired by a lecture I recently attended by Thomas Kundig, where he discusses the rhythmic dialogue between the built space and the natural landscape.