Date of Award

Spring 5-30-2017

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Architecture (MArch)

Department

Architecture

First Advisor

Christopher Bardt

Second Advisor

Brett Schneider

Third Advisor

Jonathan Knowles

Abstract

REFRAME THE COMMONPLACE

I see corners, ceilings, openings and steps. I see the whole through gathering the spatial fragmentations. I see the extraordinary phenomenon within the frame of domestic life. I see the potential for being anomaly from what we usually take for granted.

Spaces are entities propelled by the phenomenological, the conceptual and the physical. Built and spatial forms serves as functional and structural vessel to capture, balance and rearrange the multiple forces between the common and the abnormal, between the real and the abstract.

Capturing the domestic moments in daily life and reframe the fragmentations into certain from as a whole. Through strategic but simple maneuvers of the architectural language, simple but significant manipulations could lead to a extracted but powerful existence.

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