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What a great design idea if you live in a small house or small space!

The Dubai Design Week, held from 26 – 31 October, 2015 had a host of creative designs and innovative projects under their 'Global Grad Show' exhibition which features some of the most innovative projects from world's leading design schools.

The expansive exhibition, curated by Brendan Mcgetrick, is housed within the Dubai Design District (d3), spotlighting 50 projects from 10 universities under 6 themes: construction, health, home, memory, play and work and among them was the 'more sky' thesis project created by Argentinian architect Aldana Ferrer Garcia - an experiment in expanding and rethinking the limits of assumed architectural space.




‘Hopper Niche’ provides a space for people to recline and enjoy exterior views | Source

More Sky is a cozy corner for the home that provides visual relief, access to sunlight and fresh air for small apartments. As an attempt to understand the threshold between ID and architecture, this project is conceived as an object and a space at the same time, responding to current needs in densely populated cities.

‘Awning niche’ offers users more space to look out at the surrounding environment | Source



Users can rest on the window module and view more of the outside environment than is usually allowed | Source



The ‘casement niche’ offers a cozy seating area for those resting inside | Source



The niche allows inside dwellers to take in the landscape with a panoramic point of view | Source



The application of ‘hopper niche’ within an ordinary home | Source



The project has been primarily designed for brooklyn’s construction and regulations  | Source



a view upwards illustrates the greater depth of sky observable from through the window | Source



The opening sequences show the ways in which the window systems can be used | Source


models and sketches indicate the design development process | Source




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