'The Narrow Path' exhibition is a great platform to understand better and see more of the experimental architecture and design of experimental practice D*Haus, whose work navigates between small product design, furniture and architecture concepts. Pictured, is the Dynamic D*Haus concept
Designed by D*Haus founders David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfson, it can be automatically folded into different variations depending on the season or time of day
The design follows mathematician Henry Dudeney's formula, which transforms a perfect square into an equilateral triangle. The model can be configured in eight different ways
Position no.1 takes the form of a perfect square, which rotates according to the sun's movement across the sky
Rooms would fold out on rails, to expose the interior walls to natural light when it is available
An accompanying range of products featured in 'The Narrow Path' exhibition includes the D*Light, a ceiling fixture that follows Dudeney's formula
The High*Light is a more playful coloured version
The models and furnishings are surrounded by explanatory drawings at Anise gallery, which add more colour
Not unlike the Dynamic house, the D*Table unfolds to expose useful cubbies, shelves and drawers for storage
It folds into a perfect square...
... or, alternately, a triangle
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