Usually the projects we show here are investigations into design processes, temporary constructs or hypothetical designs with supposed social impacts, rarely ever tested. Today though, we’re gonna share a project that will actually do tangible good. This home, designed by students at Rice University will be built by Habitat for Humanity over 6 weekends next year. Using an inverted roof truss, the design breaks from the traditional form of previous HfH homes.
STUDENTS: Yonatan Pressman, Courtney Benzon
SCHOOL: Rice University SoA