Bauhaus Master House
Study Approach A
281 NW 25th St
Wynwood, Miami, Florida
Redefining the Bauhaus for the 21st Century
as the showcase of their ideologies and emerging technology.
Fragmentation of program | Continuous ribbon | Variation of space
A continuous ribbon around the city to activate the residual urban spaces – voids.
The house as city:
Fragmenting program to maximize public engagement.
Re-imagining residual urban space as the makeshift site for residence, creation and education.
Wynwood is a mixture of entertainment and public art. One of its most significant places is Wynwood Walls, a combination of enclosed gallery spaces and an outdoor exhibit garden. At the west end of the garden, a gated unused alley leads to the other end of the site.
If the alley – residual space – becomes activated, a continuous interior access from one end to the other end of the block gets created, allowing the user to wander within an embedded urban circuit.