The YSOA Building Project this year called for a minimal dwelling design, a housing concept that was adaptable and flexible, able to be fabricated and relocated to different small lots around the New Haven Area.
The design attempts to accommodate these demands through a study of Flexibility, Division and Adaptability. The flexibility of the linear core allows for a 'Junction' moment for reconfiguration of the typical genotype unit. A division of zoning allocates solitary and social space. Finally, the base genotype unit can be reconfigured across different sites allowing for adaptability.