The “kid” of parts came about through an online community workshop with the residents of the Bayview Commons Apartments in SF. This affordable housing project needed an outdoor active, intergenerational and flexible space that allowed for interactive play, relaxing and events. The final design incorporates a set of flexible, movable furniture that can be setup in different configurations. The notions of intergenerational play, lounging, greenspace and socializing are emphasized through the design of different panels on the modular pieces. The colorful groundscape is coded to show how the space is used.

This project was designed and built in the fifth year undergraduate 2020 thesis studio at AAU
taught by Sameena Sitabkhan 





Students: Adam Nuri, Markish Siojo, Corona Gao, Fabio Lemos, Dylan Ingle


OHLONE TERRITORY | OAKLAND CA