In the "Get-away" house project, each student was given a 100ft wide slice of land on a peninsula on a lake in Hanover, PA, and was asked to make an intervention using real world topography which was then developed into a dwelling.

I used a basic push/pull operation on the landscape to create a diagonal axis which became the main public axis of the building. I placed the private volume in opposition to this axis and the interactions of the two resulted in further push/pull operations at smaller scales.