Dialogue Between Two Spaces
To produce a dialogue between two spaces, the twelve rods and twelve cubes have been arranged to create a public and a private space. The rods create a public space by functioning as the frame of a cube. Further openness is achieved by not framing all the edges. The cubes are organized to create a private place by stacking them as a solid form on the corner of the board. The cubes are also placed in a stepped position, creating a hierarchy that further heightens the exclusiveness of the space. The bottom cubes, toward the center of the project, are offset to create a small opening; once again proving the secluded nature of the space. Finally, what connects the two spaces is the missing vertical component of each, that if in existence, would share the same axis in space.