Modular Thinking

Design efforts are turning to modular thinking to address issues regarding housing. We are tapping back into the collaborative intelligence model to develop that process. There’s something wrong with these current modular systems that end up being extremely rigid and generic and turn into a developers dream of cheap and easy living units. This means flexibility for the architect and low cost for developers, but not for the user.

My proposition is to create a form of architecture that incorporates mechanisms of mobility and adaptability as part of their internal logic that incite an engagement with the inhabitants. I want to create an architecture that encourages cooperation and something that is constantly changing and evolving.
Faculty Advisor:
Jose Sanchez