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Diagram of housing core illustrating structure, circulation, and program.


The installation of multi-generational housing creates a performance in the neighborhood which remains stable and lacks temporality. Actors inhabit and execute daily life which is ever-changing within this structured installation; the only constant is that the actors’ lives and routines are perpetually in a state of flux. The levitating neighborhood hovers above the site, providing interconnected spaces that force exposure and interaction between the cast members, both below and within the complex. Multiple relationships are established and explored in the show: housing unit-to-unit, unit-to-ground, unit-to-exterior, unit-to-circulation, and unit-to-public.