The Venice Biennale really inspired me. Looking back on my projects I felt that each one discussed a specific, different architectural element. I also felt that in each brief I was reinterpreting that element discussing it differently than its standard definition.
Corridor - A passageway whose purpose is to provide access between rooms inside a building.
Looking at the significance of the corridor in the Mobius house as being fascinated by it as an architectural element, I examined its function. I eliminated the corridor, in order to achieve two affects:
Circulation in a matrix of cells.
dead sight area elimination.
As a result a grid was created.
Movement and transportation will run through rooms, in the form of matrix of cells.
Dead sight area will be completely eliminated by creating visual corridors; widest, longest and the most diverse in their direction.
Intersecting points of visual sights in diverse visual corridors created strategic points. These locations offer a number of views towards different directions inside the house: What if you could see an entire house from one location?
What is the purpose of the corridor?
Rather than a physical passageway the functionality of the corridor is a visual path.