Abstract
The townhouse project was an opportunity to explore archi­tectural notions which interested me. These were the ideas of the physical, the cerebral, and the spiritual worlds within oneself and within the idea of home and their inter­relationship. Playing both client and architect, r'allowed no facile answers to my questioning. The social and physi­cal functions group together in the living room,. kitchen, and bathroom. The cerebral function activate in the bed­room and the studio. Both concerns have direct relation­ship with one another - they are ontology and architecture. The third element of my world is spiritual - it is not formed but it is nature, amorphous and forever transforming.
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House for One Inhabitant
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