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Monticello, the home Thomas Jefferson designed for himself, was in various ways a home of the future. Jefferson made adaptations, innovations, and transformations to suit the house to himself.
How malleable could the built environment become? A house mutable, clay, flexible much like a living cell. Each cell of our body is transformable, self-renewing, selectively permeable, non-Euclidean. Why can't we build a house like that? By combining modeling software with phase transition materials we can.


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