Abstract
Nomads commitment to wander from one place to another was an act of defying the permanency of history, and the notion of dwelling as an act of settlement. Thus, House for Nomad abandons the traditional notion of house, and it serves as a mediator of Plan/Section, Gravity/Structure, Monument/Miniature, Heaven/Earth.
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Nomad House
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