“I don’t get out of bed when I’m at home. I read, use the computer, listen to music, I even eat on the bed. I take care of everything on my bed. I don’t really like going outside…” ― Jessica
The Iron Blow is imagined as a destination for momentary inhabitation, in preparation for journeys into outer space. While occupying this place, one experiences the fundamental barriers that accompany outer space travel, including the physical, psychological and temporal constraints that the universe exerts upon the human race.
Marcus Beach House by Bark Design Architects.
“The basic plan of the Marcus Beach house was sketched out in the sand during an early site visit: a simple diagram of two pavilions placed either side of a venerable Morton Bay ash that stands as a cynosure to the scale, proportions and life of the house around it.”