dwelling redistributed   This project seeks to redistribute the qualities of a livable dwelling within the fabric of a dense city as a prototype for future growth. The resultant study of density, scale and space is intended to provoke discussions around how architecture can respectfully engage with the existing fabric of the city, while challenging our perception of privacy and physical proximity, and how this design process can respond to the individual’s preferences of dwelling identity and functionality.
       
     
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  dwelling redistributed   This project seeks to redistribute the qualities of a livable dwelling within the fabric of a dense city as a prototype for future growth. The resultant study of density, scale and space is intended to provoke discussions around how architecture can respectfully engage with the existing fabric of the city, while challenging our perception of privacy and physical proximity, and how this design process can respond to the individual’s preferences of dwelling identity and functionality.
       
     

dwelling redistributed

This project seeks to redistribute the qualities of a livable dwelling within the fabric of a dense city as a prototype for future growth. The resultant study of density, scale and space is intended to provoke discussions around how architecture can respectfully engage with the existing fabric of the city, while challenging our perception of privacy and physical proximity, and how this design process can respond to the individual’s preferences of dwelling identity and functionality.

Final Slides 1 (dragged).jpg
       
     
56.jpg
       
     
57.jpg
       
     
Final Slides 1 (dragged) 1.jpg
       
     
58.jpg
       
     
59.jpg
       
     
final print thesis.jpg
       
     
61.jpg
       
     
Final Slides 1 (dragged).jpg
       
     
63.jpg
       
     
60.jpg
       
     
site.jpg
       
     
oae.jpg
       
     
333.jpg
       
     
17.jpg
       
     
sec.jpg
       
     
3b 46 x 28.jpg
       
     
4b25 x 46.jpg
       
     
44444444.jpg
       
     
Renderings_DR_Mahbod Biazi_1.jpg
       
     
test 2.jpg
       
     
Renderings_DR_Mahbod Biazi_6.jpg
       
     
IMG_9935.jpg
       
     
IMG_9926.jpg
       
     
IMG_9920.jpg
       
     
IMG_9872.jpg
       
     
IMG_9886.jpg
       
     
IMG_9884.jpg