Pixel Pilot

Pixel Pilot

Alternative housing proposal

The term housing can be traced back to medieval Latin, meaning protective covering and suggesting the importance of the close fitting relationship between people, housing and place.

This relationship has held through time, as it should today.

The Pixel Pilot proposes pixels – 16 square metre units comprising a single private room and bathroom – around generous communal living spaces to create a sense of community.

The model provides better use of space, long-term returns to land owners and greater quality and sustainable buildings. 

View proposal (PDF 672.0 KB)

About the team

A collaboration between panovscott Architects and Alexander Symes Architect.

Anita Panov and Andrew Scott founded panovscott Architects in 2012 to make propositions in architecture, landscape and urban design.

They received the NSW Emerging Architect Prize in 2016 and the practice’s projects have been recognised for design excellence in numerous forums.

Alexander Symes formed ASA in 2014 and has since delivered a number of award winning projects for Austinmer beach house, butterfly house and L-house, and was awarded 2016 Sustainability Awards Best Newcomer.

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Last updated: Friday, 14 June 2019