ARCHITECTURE OF TRANSITIONS
Starting with the concept, when inside and outside merge, they lead to in‐between spaces. These in‐between spaces are pass‐by spaces, where people spend a partial amount of time. For example, the entrance is an in‐between space since it connects the outside with the inside. In the abstract, the white pieces express the outside and the central ones are the inside, however, the cuts are the in‐between spaces. The plan is from the abstracted model and its outer form.
Accordingly, the outside spaces which are the forms of the house are linked with the inside spaces which are the floor surfaces, which create. For the vernacular architecture, the idea is the fairy chimneys, Cappadocia. I studied the interior space and its articulation. Accordingly, the linearity found in plan 1 is shifted to a square like shape because fairy chimneys plan is a square with extensions, allowing the project to go underground.