Nicolas Burbano-Diaz

Poché Model

The Y-House splits into two arms (fork shape) creating negative space between the enclosed private spaces. The negative space in the middle of the split becomes a translucent poché division between the solid structural elements of the house. This poché model inverts the solid materiality of the house by representing the negative space as a solid mass, and the window apertures as translucent material to enhance the division of this area. This 3D printed model represents around 20’ height of the original negative area in the middle at a scale of 1/4” = 1’-0”.

  1. Design Dynamics Studio III
    IRD 300
    Andrew Furman
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