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P.S.1 YAP 2011 entry: “Ghost House” by IJP Corporation Architects

Perspective view of Ghost House © IJP Corporation Architects
Perspective view of Ghost House © IJP Corporation Architects

As we reported last week, Interboro Partners’ “Holding Pattern” was selected as the winner of the 2011 YAP organized by the MoMA and the MoMA P.S.1. As usual, and in order to extend the debate, we are presenting you the running entries. We present you “Ghost House” by London-based firm IJP Corporation Architects, a light-weight installation with a counter-intuitive material structure exuding an aura of mystery and wonder. A representation of contemporary living, to be built almost entirely with tensed rope to enclose spaces that relate to how we live. More about Ghost House:

Detail of rope meeting wall (side courtyard) © IJP Corporation Architects
Detail of rope meeting wall (side courtyard) © IJP Corporation Architects
Cite:David Basulto. "P.S.1 YAP 2011 entry: “Ghost House” by IJP Corporation Architects" 22 Feb 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/113959/p-s-1-yap-2011-entry-%25e2%2580%259cghost-house%25e2%2580%259d-by-ijp-corporation-architects/>