Elemental House 

Dwelling With Ancient Roots

Graduate Studio

W.G. Clark

A house should be at one with its context.  Every built work is an imposition into something pristine.  The act of building requires an ethical and conscious decision regarding what it means to dwell.  A sequence of constructed spaces blend landscape and dwelling.  The spatial character of the place is created using selected architectural elements (i.e. door, window, stair, hearth) in conjuncture with the natural elements of earth, air, fire, and water to form a series of spaces entwined in context and enriched in ancient roots

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