'Quad Space Home' Architecture Thesis

'Quad Space Home' Architecture Thesis

Aaron Able
Nov 11, 2009

A reader sent us this story from the University of Buffalo Reporter that looks at Quad Space — a home in Buffalo's Black Rock neighborhood that four UB architecture students renovated for their thesis project.

After purchasing the run-down property for $6,500 at a public auction, students Michael-John Bailie, Paul Dudkowski, Ernest Ng and Dan Stripp spent a year and about $36,000 transforming the small home. Although it measures less than 700 square feet, it features a bathroom, parlor, four bedrooms and a kitchenette.

The protruding cubes are the private bedrooms and all measure "7-by-7-by-7.5 foot space, conforming to New York's minimum requirements for the width, length and height of bedrooms"

You can see many more photos and read more about this project in UB Reporter | Students find opportunity in 'quad' house.

Images: Douglas Levere

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