A narrow house sited between two adjacent buildings houses two individual residencies and is laid out based on their two occupational motives. Although the residents are in their own occupancies and cannot reach the other occupant without going outside, the folding and twisting layout followed the dialogue between the logic of statistics and creativity in writing.

The model unfolds to reveal the spaces inside the house. Folds are placed such that both sides of the fold belong to a single occupant.

The design was recreated in 2012 as part of a Revit course.
Spandrel panels link spaces owned by the same occupant.

Double House

December 2006