Doblin House by Joseph Valerio
The residence is inserted into the ruins of an early 20th century factory of which only the common brick walls remain. The enclosure of the house is described by a steel frame suspended from the surrounding masonry walls and supported in the center by a grid of columns 16′ on center. The interior is anchored by a bath/dressing room in one corner and the kitchen in the other. Besides these fixed objects everything else is open.