Cylinder House | Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts 
Cylinder House conflates the vernacular forms of the residential market and contemporary experiments in geometry. The result is the invention of new mutated images of "house" and new ways of inhabiting a "home." Cylinder House is at once familiar and aberrant. The introduction of a foreign geometry - in this case a cylinder - is used as a way to reorganize the way one traditionally moves through and inhabits a two-storey 'salt box' home, the most ubiquitous image of house across the American landscape.

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