Proposal for an Addition to a House, 2015
Team: Andrew Kovacs
A House is a Machine for Additions. The Additions Theorem of 1+x=1 postulates that a singular work of architecture, in this case a house, can continually be added onto by any number of additional architectural forms (x) such that it will produce a singular work of architecture. While architecture is always trying to be a formally singular object, the Additions Theorem posits that architecture can be a singular object composed of a wide array of diverse of architectural forms. This continual accumulation of forms in extreme proximity produces a new totality.