75 House is a collaborative effort with Architect Omer Arbel. This recently completed home rests on a 30 acre agricultural hay farm in the Canadian Pacific Northwest. We have developed with Omer and his team a unique process of casting concrete into fabric volumes, As described by Omer
“The house makes use of a technique of pouring concrete into fabric formwork deployed within minimal plywood rib structures, yielding walls and columnar roof forms. The trumpet shape of the columnar elements is hollow, allowing planting of mature trees on the occupied roofscape, and their differing height and position describe a cinematographic narrative of domestic habitation.”
This project has pushed far beyond the limits of conventional building and
has allowed us to explore new methods never thought possible.
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