The Work-Home: An Archetype for Suburban London
At the edge of the centre of a town the interiority of the block contains a collectively owned common.
On the edge of a heavily suburban district the interiority of the block contains connected gardens between families.
The enfilade is valued for its specificity of usage. Through which the building is ordered, from the front to back.
Wooden furniture modules replace typical wooden partition walls constructed from basic heights to form surfaces for sleeping, storage and privacy.
The main hall is left unscripted, working against the ordered enfilade it is a space of continuous transformation.