Un-Territorialized Housing

 

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/collaborated with Deukhyun Kwon, Juseok Kim

– CITY
A mass of connected Humanity, not physical building and Landscape   -Triumph of the City, Eduard Glaeser, 2012

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-A CONCEPT CHANGE OF FAMILY
Everyday in the city we are busy to be survived and secure a safe space for own family. This solid concept of ‘home sweet home’ is not a flexible system to adjust its boundary to satisfy various lifestyles and family compositions. The Scope of a family would not be identical to the boundary of your house anymore.

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-EXPANSION OF HOUSE BOUNDARY
:ADAPTABLE HOUSE SIZE PER LIFE CYCLE
As Edward Glaeser mentioned in his book ‘Triumph of The City’, the city is mainly consisted with not by physical structures but by healthy interactions among people in it. A basic human instinct to establish one’s own territory could not be easily satisfied in current dense urban condition. Rather than obsessed to protect one’s introverted small territory, the concept of traditional housing complex can be transformed into a progressive shared space while keeping the indispensable private space minimum. This un-territorialized housing concept could be one possible form of a house to live with FUDO Architecture due to its effort to harmonize people with where it will be located in. You can go to your kitchen passing by beautiful flower bed next to it, and your neighbors can communicate with you to create more interactive and safe community to take care of their expanded shared house.

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