"It is of great significance when someone becomes able to do what she believed herself incapable of doing—all stakes change. A renewed and expanded confidence in the capacity of the human organism—the Reversible Destiny Healing Fun House will instill this in its visitors."
- Madeline Gins
A member of the set of widely divergent Reversible Destiny Healing Fun Houses that are slated to be built across the globe. Every town should have one!
Four rotations (0°, 60°, 180°, 240°) of a module, half rhombic triacontahedron and half sphere, smilingly serve, in linked pairs, as this house’s rooms and symmetrically close in its main area, a forty-six foot-across, rammed earth hill-summit that sports a kitchen-cave. RDHDH's extremely accommodating bright yellow free-form porch that surrounds the set of rooms has been engineered to respond to those afoot upon it, hydraulically lending sympathetic support to animate players, 'attentive' to their every move.
Let reversible destiny, healing and architectural embodying BEGIN.
- Status: Preliminary Design / Architizer A+ Awards 2011
- Size: Fun House - 3,000 sq ft / 278 sq m
- Playground - 6,000 sq ft / 556 sq m
- Client: BOOM Community
- Location: Palm Springs, California