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November 12, 2015
Michael Vahrenwald: MOS in Chicago

Michael Vahrenwald photographed the Corridor House at the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Designed by MOS Architects, the plywood 1:1 prototype is a consideration of the single family house with the possibility of this module in configuration with others. In an interview published in The Architect’s Newspaper, Hilary Sample said, “There has to be a way to make affordable housing interesting to developers”. The MOS Corridor House is a step in that direction.

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