This thesis experiments with small prefabricated living spaces to examine the notion of existence. How small can a space become before an individual must expand and how to channel that expansion through architecture using several types of structures. The first is a Self Sustaining Mobile Living Unit that provides freedom and enriches the basic needs for existence. The second is a Demountable Structure where people are provided tools for expanding themselves creatively. The third is an existing mill structure within a local artist community in Fall River, Massachusetts.
Dubreuil, Jordan, "Strabismal Existence" (2009). Architecture Theses. 21.