Abstract
One of the first things I was interested in was color and its relationship to materials. I chose four materials: steel, concrete, wood, and brick. The house is basically two halves. One half is structurally supported by the steel plates and the steel columns with the study, the wood, kind of attaching onto it. The other side is the concrete with this brick, and the kitchen is cantilevering.
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House for a Metronome
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A pier at the tip of Manhattan, New York, United States
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