The Calendar House is a fictitious entry into the art-exhibiting scene. The architecture of exhibiting art in the city has stagnated into a repeating equation: White Walls + Exposed Structure + Art = Gallery. As the Calendar House attempts to segue from a historic structure to a contemporary experience without applying the equation, it is a Significance of space that takes the dominant role over a Function of space. Elevation, Section and Plan Oblique reflect and obfuscate the spatial relationships of material, circulation and time.
Historically, Calendar Houses have featured numbers of elements that correspond to a calendar e.g. 365 windows or 7 doors. This Calendar House is designed on an old calendar from New Work Magazine Issue No. 2.