“Evoking the past and the future, a high desert outpost powers itself.”
— Dwell Magazine
Folly is a peculiar prototype built to serve as a conversation piece, lend interest to its surroundings through an architectural medium. It derives from a need to expand my thesis position on architecture; which explores Cohesion as the integration of contextual and pragmatic relevancy within different environments. Upon arrival, Folly sets the tone to disconnect from the norm, the expected, and provokes you to connect with the surroundings. Its perceived as a design paradigm, a small space with a big experience, modern and innovative while grounded within its environment.