The Ever Expanding Interior is a network of spaces that form continuous passageways through the city. Designed both as circulation and to contain program, it is evocative of Koolhaas’ notion of Junkspace; but also looks towards the Parisian galleries of the 19th century as a historical precedent. The Interior has a parasitic relationship with the existing urban fabric and as it advances it performs two primary actions...
- Creates points of entry into the Ever-Expanding Interior.
- Creates public balcony and terrace spaces.
- Blurs the separation of public and private
- Advances the domain of the Ever-Expanding Interior.
- Creates bridge connections to neighboring buildings.