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Facade Shuffle: Practical Use of Randomization

By Billy Wong | Apr 20, 2018 8:30:00 AM

A row home facade, no more than 19 feet wide and 38 feet tall, is fairly easy to manage. There are only so many windows and material types on the wall of a two-family dwelling. But things can spiral out of control quickly as buildings sometimes are quite large. Too many varying openings and materials bring chaos to the brain, yet strict order creates monoliths composed by mundane pattern. In this study, we shuffle a building facade with a sleight of hand, in the hopes of breaking the monolith while maintaining order to the project.

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