The task of filtering daylight into an enclosed space revealed design opportunities for time-bound use cases. Sun paths informed angles of fenestration in order to afford flexible use of the entire environment year-round.
Ultimately, light and shadow became partitions for various activities within the interior environment. Additionally, subtle electric fixtures were incorporated to enhance—not detract from—the overall circadian rhythm of the space.
In collaboration with Marta Casarin & Shashank Singal