Cube House - Year 1 Semester 1
Carnegie Mellon University (Profs. Gerard Damiani, Stephen Quick)
Using three rectangular planes that meet at a singular perpendicular point, a cube that houses
the planes, and the site around the cube, a wedding pavilion is to be designed and modeled with the representation of solving space making problems.
Some natural restrictions in the wedding pavilion involve two property lines in opposite sides, Lake Erie to its west and a street to its east. The hedges must be around 8' tall and parking should be adjacent to the street.