Abstract
The house is ordered by the intersection, in plan, of a wall and a path. The wall is structure; the path is movement through it. Together they divide the house into four sections, where the programmatic elements are placed as sets of opposites: day versus night, and inhabitant versus visitors.
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House for a Single Resident
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Spring
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Upstate New York, United States
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