Houses I’d hate to live in

LeAmon employs a strict reductionist process whereby the balsa scrap from the one model informed the properties of the next.

Houses I’d hate to live in, balsa models 1997

If one’s internal world could supply an architectonic expression then what type of space would manifest through usual human affections of anxiety, heartache, loneliness and dislocation? Interested in the phenomenology of making, LeAmon employed a strict reductionist process whereby the balsa scrap from the previous model informed the properties of the next.

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