UN Studio’s the Mobius House uses the ideas of time-space and continuous circulation to create a 24-hour “life cycle.” Taking these ideas, the spaces in Perpetuality, a residential project, were then rearranged to create a continuous circulation following the use of the spaces throughout the day.
Delaware Park was then given to the studio as a site for the transformation. The site sits in between three main roads or “cycles of time.” The speeds and passage of time from the roads influence the layout of the transformed spaces.
A continuous, open floor plan emphasizes the idea of an endless 24-hour life cycle. An exterior facade of strip windows creates a representation of time that delineate interior spaces.
Professor: Matt Zinski
Delaware Park Residential House