PROSCENIUM LOFT (1992)
A 1400 s.f. top floor loft for a young single woman
The program addresses the edge between public and private - essentially that it is an ambiguous or translucent one - and takes the idea of the proscenium as an analogue.
The public space (audience) of the living/dining resides in front of the kitchen. The fore-stage between the kitchen and translucent wall, and the back-stage lies behind the translucent wall (bedroom).
The multiple possibilities of allure and performance...
| wood: red stained white oak, natural finished red oak, ebonized oak, clear ash|
| stone: white granite|
| metal: zinc, copper|
| glass: Fiberglass|