Vertical Fluidity
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With Jaryeon Seo

Like many other apartments in Manhattan, the height of this bathroom is relatively tall compared to the small footprint. To manipulate this disproportionate space and to achieve a new spatial atmosphere, geometric contrast across the vertical axis (floor to ceiling) is explored. By adding atypical geometry which contrasts the more rational common fixtures, and then matching their materials, the occupant can experience vertical fluidity between function and material perception; visuality and tangibility.