An Engaged Volume - The Cube: Eight Points of Space
Graduate Design 5, Fall 2010
Department of Architecture
Florida International University
Edited by Jason R. Chandler
The intent of this project is to examine the "ground" and its role in the deﬁnition of a cubic volume. Ground is understood as a vital component to the making and defining of space. It creates a legible datum that informs orientation, path, section and plan. The deﬁnition of eight points of space or a cube was examined with the following elements: points, planes, volumes, corners, edges, perimeters, centers, intersections, and folds.