This project begins with the arrangement of a pair of houses constrained by a set of geometric relationships that appear to be determined by the city. In turn, the disposition of these houses serves as the basis for imagining an urban context that could have motivated the arrangement. The problem is to represent the city as an urban pattern within which these two houses, independently or together, belong to a larger field of repetitive houses, topography, streets and walkways.

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Site elevation
Site plan
View up vertical grid
Worm's eye view

Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Master in Architecture
Fall 2011 / Cameron Wu Studio