Designed as a covered seating area for two to three people, its jagged edges and interiors are a sharp contrast to its otherwise smooth exterior. The built object is meant to be constructed from 4"x4" wood posts to emphasize the abruptness of the form while providing a smoothed comfortable finish for the seating areas embedded in the form. On its exterior two larger indentations form extra seating for one to two people each, while maintaining privacy and separation from the internal seating areas. The cube is designed as a 10'x10'x10' element to be dropped into a landscape and oriented based on local lighting and approach.
The form of this project was designed using Rhino+Grasshopper to quickly segment the original smooth form into the abrupt edges seen in the final form. Revit was used later to create build-able documents and measure material amounts for the entire object. The physical model was 3d printed, (special thanks to Applied Software for the use of their printers).