Three-One Rooms is proposal for a pavilion composed of three cylinders with arches that create three interconnected rooms surrounded by a colonnade.
The project was developed in collaboration with RAW Dance, based in San Francisco, to serve as a site specific space for a choreographed dance. Arches cut from the cylinders create what could be understood as one room, or as three smaller rooms linked by arches.
The enfilade plan permits fluid movement between, around, and through the three forms. The purpose for this was conceived in collaboration with RAW Dance as a site specific installation for a dance event weaving architecture, urbanism, dance, and social experience into a single event.