The T-box is a fundraiser we do each year to raise money for our school's design-build program. The design-build program has been working with local communities throughout Vermont by designing and building projects such as the Ice-Skating Building in Randolph, an addition to the Roxbury Free Library, a Day Camp Building, and others.
This year's T-box is a small writing studio with a sleeping space attached. A perfect model for a personal retreat, workspace, deer-blind, etc. The main space is 32 square feet and the sleeping space is 21 square feet. The main space feels larger than it is because one wall curves outwards. Each space has great natural light.
Bidding is by silent auction, with the bidding closing on May 9th.
This structure wil fit easily on a flat-bed truck. The cost of moving it will be up to the buyer.
These are studies from my sketchbooks .Investigations into ideas of finding spirit and animation in buildings.
My childhood mythology was strongly influenced by the tale of the Russian witch Baba Yaga who lived in a house that stood on chicken legs. I also grew up near the industrial landscapes of Northern New Jersey where many structures were built on legs. These buildings inhabit a dream landscape.
Assistant Professor. B.A. Yale. 1986; M.Arch, Yale, 1992; Co-founder of the design firm Terra Firma, Inc.; Co-author Vermont Builds Greener Standards; Danny teaches design, active building systems, design/build studio, and global issues in architecture.