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Borrowing from fashion terminology and technique, this project is a home and studio for a theoretical architect that formally adapts to a public-private spectrum. Located in the Pilsen neighborhood in Chicago, Fashion House‘s language of curves meets the street while protecting the privacy of the residence. Its double-walled system uses lavish exterior curves to mask the discipline of a rectilinear interior. The entire project was hand-fabricated and hand-drawn, focusing on a process of construction without a ctrl-z function, that requires additional mindfulness and a sort of spatial thinking focused on the quality of the drawing itself as an expressive object.