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With no physical boundaries to confine expansion, the Trac(t) House, like the city, integrates itself endlessly across previously uninhabited terrain. The house is located on existing railway tracks, a skeletal framework extruding from a flatbed rail car that traverses suburban, x-urban and rural landscapes. This conceptual project was submitted as part of an ideas competition on the ‘house of the future’. The approach explored a range of critical questions on contemporary culture including the ubiquitous monotony of suburban development as well as ideas around transit and transience, urban mobility and second nature.


Chris Jarrett, Jason Han, Han Chung

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