[b]Living in a small space requires spatial versatility and richness[/b]. This proposal takes into account the staircase, roof orientation, and natural light as driving forces when desiging a small home.
[b]Stair:[/b] The home takes into account the role of the stair as both an agent of moving and a backbone for the house. At working height, the stair becomes a desk, which can be converted into a larger horizontal surface. As the stair progresses, the space under it becomes the kitchen counter.
[b]Roof: [/b]The pitch of the roof is oriented from east-west, allowing for an extra 3' in the lofted sleeping area and following the profile of the staircase as one progresses through the house.
[b]Natural Light/Orientation: [/b]The house is designed to allow for plenty of natural light through the use of north facing clearstory windows and shaded south-facing windows. By orienting the house's longest facade North-South, solar gain is greatly diminished in the evening and early morning.
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