Surf Haus was one of my culminating studies as a B.Arch student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Instead of designing with drawings, I moved back and forth between small models built by hand and the digital model in Rhino to explore architectural conditions dictated by the atypical form.
The project was exhibited and reviewed as a 38pp accordion-bound book, viewable below.
From the title page:
Surf Haus is a commentary on the fallacy of permanence in architecture and the plasticity of place.
The project is comprised of sitework and a modest dwelling on a desolate sand spit in Corolla, NC, adjacent to Currituck Sound.
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