Location: Lakeside, MI, USA
Area: 2,000 s.f.
Credits: Julie Flohr, Oisse Architects Inc. Principal, with David Vallejo and Boris Angelov
Y House employs the exact geometric controls of Corner Negative hhowever rather than offering its experience within the site of an installation in the public realm it locates itself within the site of a private residence. The figure of the Y is further developed as it supports the geometric formation of spatial partitioning both in plan and section. In this context, the experience of the figural bears on the experience within the interior domestic space at the same time as it is projected out towards the surrounding landscape.