SsD architecture

HBNY (Parenthetical Space) . New York


SsD . photos: Francis Dzikowski, ESTO

The density of today's urban environments is deceptive: while physically substantial, cities can be quite vacant in terms of actual occupancy.









Transactions between peoples, places, and events accelerated by the internet have lent themselves to a nomadic residency that not only contributes to material, space, and energy waste but also to the spiraling cost of housing as stock is artificially diminished. HBNY posits a human-scale solution for this urban-scale phenomenon: operable parenthesis-like divisions allow 12 on-the-go users to territorialize their changing patterns of inhabitation and share the spatial resources of a single apartment.

architect
Jinhee Park AIA (principal in charge), John Hong AIA (collaborating principal), Erik Carlson, Andy Hong, Youngju Baik, Sadmir Ovcina, Hyeyoung Kim, Anne Levallois
furniture and carpet design
Jinhee Park, AIA
mep engineer
A&D Associates
general contractor
Capri Construction Management
furniture design consulting & fabrication
Um Project, Inc.
custom carpets
SHK Designer Carpets, Inc.
photography
Francis Dzikowski, ESTO



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