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Architectural legibility requires both visual clarity of a building’s appearance such that its formal, spatial, and material compositions can be comprehended, as well as a certain clarity of its social, cultural, and political histories. While the term legibility carries a connotation of conclusiveness or objective qualifications, legibility in architecture is most often inconclusive and unresolved. Such unresolved legibility is particularly visible in houses, which are the source of inquiry in this project. This project proposes new understandings and interpretations of American residential architecture by investigating and graphically illustrating the forms, spaces, and histories of ten residential types in order to project alternative possibilities.


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Unresolved Legbility
in Residential Types

Published by Applied Research & Design
Edited by Ryan Roark
Graphic Design by Sean Yendrys

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Possible Mediums Book
"Primitives"

SCI-Arc Offramp

“Stuff”



Fresh Meat
“Darlings”

Thresholds 45
“Some Domes At The Middles”

Pool.LA
“Darlings: A San Francisco Case Study”

Authenticity: Young Architects 17

Architectural League Prize Book
“Endemic”

Project Journal #5
“Generic Originals”

ACSA 104 Conference Proceedings
"Darlings" (Paper session moderated by Kelly Bair, with Andrew Atwood, Jennifer Bonner, Samuel Stewart-Havely, Andrew Holder, Molly Hunker + Craig Corso, James Kerestes, and Kyle Reynolds)

Journal of Architectural Education (JAE) 70:1
"Unexpected Encounters" in the Discursive Images section

ACSA 103 Conference Proceedings
"Four Acts Between Legibility and Ambivalence" (Paper session moderated by Ferda Kolatan with panelists Jason Payen, Ellie Abrons, and Josh Taron)

ACSA 103 Conference Proceedings
"Part Problems | Problem Parts" (Paper session moderated by Erin Besler & Sarah Herne with panelists Andrew Atwood, Mollie Claypool, David Eskenazi, )

Soiled Magazine issue 5, Cloudscrapers
"Star Gardens"

Conditions #13
"Through Thick and Thin: New Implications of Drawing"

Exposure: Design Research in Landscape
Architecture Book edited by Rosalea Monacella + Marieluise Jonas
"Virtually Stunning: Gardens without Dirt"

Futures Arquitecturas Magazine
"Canteen Farm House"

Kerb20, "Speculative Narrative in Landscape" Published by RMIT
"The Botanic and The Buried: A-Human History"

Translations Book by Kyle Miller, 2012 Featuring the wok from the 2012 Translations Workshop Series
featuring work by UKY-CoD students during workshop led by Adam Fure, Brennan Buck, and Clark Thenhaus, curated by Kyle Miller

MONU Magazine #16, Amsterdam
"Processes From Far Away and Under"

IE 2012 Conference Proceedings:
'Reinventing Architecture &Interiors Conference 2012" in London
"Star Gardens: Purple Hollow"

AWM Magazine #45, Netherlands
"Canteen Farm House"

Speciale Z, Ecole Speciale D' Architecture Paris
"Canteen Farm House"

KERB Journal Vol. 18 Plasticity Fantasticity, RMIT Press, 2010
Jepeto Rambunctious: The Elastic Organizations of an Inelastic Mind"

Speciale Z, Ecole Speciale D' Architecture, Vol. 1. Paris, France
"Star Gardens: Purple Hollow"

306090 Dimension, Vol. 12. Princeton Architectural Press, 
"Pete Sakes: The Peasant and the Politic"

VIA Occupation, Vol. 1 University of Pennsylvania, 2008
"Terra Nullis"


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