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Axonometric Drawing by Sky Achitoff and Michael Hoehn

Axonometric Drawing

This project facilitates the existence and operation of a self-proliferating colony. The project embodies an operational and ownership model in which residents are workers, and workers are residents. The architecture acts as a universal assembling engine which proliferates outwards from a central factory and social condenser. Our project proposes a new way of life, made possible through the re-imagining of conventional modes of circulation. The typical domestic unit becomes vertically distributed causing inhabitants to move horizontally to access and explore new areas of the project. A symbiotic relationship between people and structure must be assumed as both the building and its inhabitants are subjects and objects simultaneously. One cannot exist without the other. As one grows, so does the other. Over time the project will grow from the central factory reproducing itself endlessly, re-engineering everyday life indefinitely.