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BURST*: 003

Status: prototype
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systemarchitects.net

Designed to be assembled on site from laser-cut pieces, the Burst*003 house is a computer-designed remake of the typical prefabricated box. Working from a computer formula that automates the specific pieces needed to create the house desired, the project is based on a system that can be adapted to a changing set of criteria. The 2003 prototype of the Burst*003 project was built on Australia's Northeast coast, and won the Royal Australian Institute of Architects 2006 Wilkinson award.


Style: modern
Materials: Wood
Construction method: kit of parts
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