Nicolas Burbano Diaz

Annex Co-Living House

Annex Co-Living House: I am proposing a co-living housing model where privacy and a flexible spatial organization is being adapted in an existing building at 296 Brunswick Ave, Toronto. The aim is to provide an affordable living solution to the current housing crisis in the city. Based on the geometric approach for building construction used by Medieval master masons, my spatial idea questioned how intrinsic geometries in existing building structures rule over the general arrangement of the space. Therefore, the geometric relationships were developed by creating tension among fixed structural elements such as columns, load bearing walls and I-beams.

  1. Interior Design Studio IV
    IRN 401
    Instructor:
    Stephanie Davidson
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