“dwelling as a living organism”. It was 1929 when Eileen Gray designed the e.1027 in South France under consideration of dwelling as an continuously evolving space. To adapt to the multiplicity of the context she observed and defined the parametrical relations for her concept. Wind, sun, terrain and orientation to the surrounding panorama were the major qualities. Linked to her daily routines and the desired open interactions between the inside and the outside, made e.1027 literally a space “inbetween”.
By redefining those parametrical characteristics in a adaptable grasshopper model, I focused on processes and functions between the user, the architecture and the outside. The resulting membrane structure reacts to those set factors and creates a series of differentiable room typologies. The ascent and use of this space interprets the concept of e.1027.