This project is apart of a facade case study for a residential house. One of the goals was to create a detailed building skin that gives the illusion of being hand-crafted and complex with fractured geometries. The facade consists of a series of individual elements that are scattered throughout like misaligned building blocks. These elements grow outwards from specific core areas of the building until they fully wrap around the entire structure to create a skin. The final assembly breaks up everything into 120 individual chunks, with each being unique in terms of form and pattern.
Design, research, & prototyping by Ryan Cook in collaboration with Partisans, including Alexander Josephson, Pooya Baktash. 2017.