This project challenges the conventions associated with the shared-access townhouse development in Texas to propose new models of density while meeting the stringent cost-constraints dictated by the speculative housing markets that shape our cities. In response to the repetitive nature of the type, this project is interpreted as two iterations of a single building in which each version is made distinct by its relationship to the site. While typical townhouse blocks are mirrored across the centerline of a common driveway, this project deploys a double mirror, in which the second instantiation of the initial building is the result of a reflection along both the major and minor axis of the site.

Mirror Mirror 

10 Townhouses
Dallas, Texas