Thesis: Living Archive Tour

Video tour moving through the full interior of Living Archive prototype.  Movement through the spaces of the project expose the occupant to a range of associations with exhibited objects and the spaces of home.  The house/collection is always looking back on itself and spatially reconnecting to itself – areas are never alone, but are always in visual and physical communication with each other.  Another ambition was to provide a variety of spaces for living in that create different environments or atmospheres for object interaction.  Programmatic actions that were communal, such as cooking living and dining, were linked to large spaces that encourage exposure to the full collection and spaces of home through expansive perspectives.  Private, more passive actions, such as sleeping and bathing, were linked to compressed spaces that would enable more focused interaction with objects in a given room.

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