Fritha Hobbs

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Architectural Graduate Practicing
Auckland
University of Auckland

I'm interested in architecture which accommodates flexibility and change. The spaces we occupy in our daily lives should enrich our existences and provide meaningful frameworks in which to grow sustainably. In particular I'm interested in challenging the perceived spatial arrangements for a 'good' standard of living.

Project Title
Thesis: A private space shared
Description
My thesis questions how architectural explorations into the thresholds of shared and private space can inform a design which nurtures the relationship between parent and child without compromising social engagement. This early conceptual image introduced a play between private, semi-private and shared areas of dwelling.
Year of Completion
2013
Type
housing