“boston based practice william o’brien jr. has completed ‘twins: houses in five parts’, two single family residences located in upstate new york, USA. intended for two brothers, a pair of structures sharing similar geometric qualities are linked by a functional agricultural field. the internal volumes are the result of a study of the mathematical principle of ‘dissection’ in which polygons of equal areas may be divided into identical shapes. two sets composed of four varied trapezoids and one triangle containing parallel programmatic functions are arranged into a square and hexagonal plan configuration.”
This nursery school, with its seemingly infinitely high ceilings (to a toddler) and open transitions from room to room, will inspire any child to feel the limitless possibilities of the life ahead of them.
Stumbled upon this light series on Moco Loco, which took us to Chilly Chilly’s new blog. Still no sign of who the designer was, we went on an interweb investigations and found what we were looking for: Great Mushrooming! The site is completely in Japanese. Thank goodness for Google Translator.