A holiday home perched on the rocky shoreline was digitally conceived to highlight how contextual parameters – such as weather and topography – can be the main drivers of design.
Seaside Second Home was the master's degree project of Joakim Hoen, undertaken at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design. By creating a model for digitally fabricated houses, Hoen argued that processes which lead to the final architectural designare prioritised. This project attempts to integrate contextual data and human dimensions in the digital conception of a series of second homes.
Via Lauren Moss