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stack

a scale-less exploration in repetitive member timber construction, 'stack' seeks to abolish the traditional relationship between pattern and surface. nothing is applied, nothing ornamental. each piece structural. all pixels equal

taking cues from Zumthors Bruder Klaus Field Chapel, the intent of this project was to create intensely different readings between a monolithic exterior and a surprising interior condition. on the outside, a simple rectilinear profile is read as solid from a distance, slowly dissolving into individual members as the user approaches. on the interior, light filters through the stacked members to reveal a curvilinear pattern where no real curves exist. a quiet celebration of materiality

at a larger scale, the member become large enough for seating elements or circulation. the built 1.9m tall exploration could represent either a small portion of a wall or a rippling 50 storey tower, equally

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