// Residence Studio Project, TAU School of Architecture, spring 2011
Life, Disrupted is a design for an H-Shaped apartment complex, with a perturbed base grid. The basic floorspace was redesigned by rotating the floorplan's symmetry axis slightly (<5°) around itself and superimposing the two. The newly formed edges and definitions of the superimposed grid gives way to a multitude of artchitectural interpretations.
Taking inspiration from Gordon Matta Clark's series of building incisions, Life, Disrupted is an attempt to find a new aesthetic by emphasizing gaps and absences in familiar dwelling environments.