INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION:

DAY 01

1]        Ground work
2]        Deliver prefabricated primary and secondary structural members to site
3]        Prepare footings and piles as required in order to erect the house

DAY 02

1]        Erect prefabricated primary structure and core
2]        Deliver the rest of prefabricated unitizes units to site

DAY 03

1]        Erect the secondary structural members
2]        Preparing flooring systems and roofing system to be installed

DAY 04

1]        Install flooring systems and roofing system
2]        Contact owners for on site meeting

DAY 05

1]        Owners arrive on site to coordinate types and locations of partitions
2]        Install partitions, electrical wiring and piping  
3]        Coordinating types and colors of operable doors/walls

DAY 06

1]        Install operable doors/walls
2]        Coordinating with owners on site for locations of solid panels and translucent panels
3]         Install panels while coordinating types of appliances and bathroom utilities

DAY 07

1]        Install appliances and bathroom utilities
2]        Final walk-through and clean ups
3]        Hand delivers keys to the owners

Designed as Flux, Inc., an experimental studio focuses in built environment
Open House Competition:                             2001, Global (unbuilt)

The project derives through researches and understanding of three major principles of
living systems.  These three important principles are sheltering, affordable construction,
and ecological system.

Materials:

prefabricated steel, Teflon fabric, aluminum panels, Lucite panels, wood


Design + Construction time:

7 days


Flux [fractal lab for underground experimental], a multidisciplinary design studio focuses on built environment.
Created by Damian Ponton and Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta.