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A ten-foot long model of the Table Top Apartments was displayed for the 2018 Architectural League Prize of New York's Objective Installation.

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The Table Top Apartment's model readily relates the figure of the “table top” as the structural and tectonic system for modular housing.

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The variety of table top geometries - a circle, square, and rectangle - allow for a lively and dynamic façade.

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Between the Table Top units are vertical courtyards that bring light and air deep within the housing complex.

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The typical enclosed double-loaded corridor instead is replaced by an open-air, dynamic circulation system that encourage neighbors to socialize and fosters community.

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Ascending and descending within the building, residents activate the interstitial spaces between units.

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The openings between the slabs allows the circulation to bridge horizontally and vertically with the field of units.

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At the highest level of the building, residents have an uninterrupted view between the units and can view down into the vertical atriums below.

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The Table Top units allow for both individualization and peaceful retreat while at the same time engage with the larger residential community within.

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