Nikita Troufanov. Re-House is a concept for a Chicago residence that responds to the shifting urban context with a dynamic form of brick, steel and glass. The house is animated through stretching, piercing, pushing and pulling to playfully accommodate both outdoor and indoor functions.
Steven Karvelius. This design of a residence creates a separation between public and private while also taking into consideration the sequence of daily life. The bridge serves as a dynamic link between the two independent, but related buildings. 1 of 2.