Jennifer Bonner / MALL




Work

Thirteen Projects
  1. HAUS GABLES

  2. THE DOLLHAUS

  3. DOMESTIC HATS

  4. HAUS SCALLOP, HAUS SAWTOOTH

  5. BEST SANDWICHES

  6. OFFICE STACK

  7. ANOTHER AXON

  8. X HOUSES
     

  9. STILL LIFE

  10. GLITTERY FAUX

  11. NYC GALLERY

  12. MADE IN OPA LOCKA

  13. CEDAR PAVILION



Publications
Three Projects
  1. ART PAPERS

  2. A GUIDE TO THE DIRTY SOUTH — ATLANTA

  3. PLATFORM: STILL LIFE


EXHIBITIONS & AWARDS



MALL —
Info

  1. Business Matters 
  • MALL stands for Mass Architectural Loopty Loops. Or Miniature Angles & Little Lines. Or Maximum Arches with Limited Liability—an acronym with built-in flexibility.
  • MALL uses the acronym, not to be quick or flippant, but because our architectural interests shift for each project. 
  • MALL is committed to projects that hack typologies, take creative risks, reference popular culture, and invent representation.
2. Background
  • Born in Alabama (b. 1979), Jennifer Bonner is Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the Master in Architecture II Program at Harvard University Graduate School of Design.






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X HOUSES


X Houses consists of ten single-family residences arranged on an urban site promoting “small lot” development for an in-town neighborhood. If the efficient planning of individual parcels is a primary driver in North American development models, X Houses challenges the environmental and social limitations of this norm by allowing the profit-driven floorplan to operate independently of the roof and ground planes. The distinct roofline is rotated for optimal solar performance and updates the traditional camelback shotgun typology with one large continuous roof. Deep overhangs make each house unique. Constructed entirely out of cross-laminated timber panels, the CLT neighborhood model is the first of its kind in North America.

Location: Undisclosed
Date: 2019
Type: Housing

CREDITS
Design Team: Jennifer Bonner, Charles Kim, Alexandru Vilcu

Environmental Consultant: Peteris Lazovskis

Landscape Designer: Carley Rickles


























































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