Hole Houses by Hutchison & Maul Architecture

Hole Houses by Hutchison & Maul Architecture

A329597981eb7c2191c4c0bedba994a59d38b2db?w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Regina Yunghans
Aug 26, 2009

Wait a minute - what are we looking at here? Would you guess it's a farmhouse?...

An architectural experiment by Seattle's Hutchison & Maul Architecture, holes were drilled into a farmhouse slated for demolition. From the architects themselves:

"The Hole House projects utilized the act of demolition to explore the qualities of light... We stuffed some of the holes with colored acrylic rods. We then had a big party, and demolished the building the next day."

See more of Hole Houses #1 and #2 at Hutchison & Maul Architecture. (And don't miss their building projects, too. Seems the experimentation pays off: These guys have created some really interesting built work.)

Untitled-3 Untitled-2 rss Group 12 Created with Sketch.