SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

Tempered and Tropical Housing of the Studying

First project as individual investigations in a cold and hot tempered climate and culture
Collective
Arch 742 : study house / house study
Fall 2015
Professor: Martin Despang

create per – formative efficient and effective study housing

To conceive, devise, and validate development paradigms in the typological field of dwelling spaces and places for the studying youth. 

Recognizing the pressing nature of an increasing necessity and potential for socially, culturally, (bio)climatically, ecologically, economically balanced post-fossil 21st century by ensuring the protection of a glocal environment, culture, and natural resources through educating, training, and inspiring future glocal leaders in efficient and effective junior dwelling development.

Students

Mighty Mart Binonwangan, Danalli Ignacio, Akira Ishikawa, Catherine Kenjo, Elliot Lazlo, Zhu Yi Lou, Kirstie Maeshiro-Takiguchi, Diane Moore, Rollin Ritter, Jason Rupe, Christopher Songvilay, Kris Hazen Tabaquin

Seasonally adaptive approach
Seasonally adaptive approach
Inventive dwellers
Inventive dwellers
Second project as collective investigations in the moderately tropical home climate and culture
Second project as collective investigations in the moderately tropical home climate and culture
Eidetically imagining the cliff (Quarry) site
Eidetically imagining the cliff (Quarry) site
Comprehensively exploring the cliff site
Comprehensively exploring the cliff site
Detailing the cliff site
Detailing the cliff site
Eidetically imaging the jungle (Waʻahila) site
Eidetically imaging the jungle (Waʻahila) site
Inside-out conceptualizing the jungle site
Inside-out conceptualizing the jungle site
Scaling the jungle site dwelling
Scaling the jungle site dwelling
Comprehending the jungle site
Comprehending the jungle site

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