ARCKIT Model 48

Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.
— Anthony J. D'Angelo

Project Details

The view of the central living space.

Having been inspired by a community living expo I recently attended, I came back and began this project by thinking about a simple modular student living concept. The house is broken up into three areas, a central communal living area with two private bedroom sections branching off on either side. Walking through the front door the central space contains a kitchen and a living room. The space can expand further by opening up its back wall to a patio space allowing it to easily accommodate extra guests and larger group gatherings. On either side of the living area are the bedrooms. Each pair of bedrooms share a bathroom located in between. The home is butterfly roofed above the bedrooms with a flat skylight portion covering the living area. 

Overall this was a simple build that was quick to do with Arckit. It represents a modular student living situation that stresses the value of community.


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