Axonometric Drawing by Jack Blythe and Marc Francl

Axonometric Drawing

Marc Francl, Jack Blythe
The design focuses on sharing the housing project and the site with the community, through the integration of interconnected arts programs. These programs are composed of live/work residential units for local artists, exhibition spaces, classrooms, and mural walls created by artists and community members alike. Through a language of pixelation, these programs are broken down into a spectrum of public and private spaces, both large and small, and integrated into the residential functions of the project through a network of catwalks that connect the entire building.
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