The Paper House is a collective living model designed for children. Through a courtyard typology in two different scales - the village and the neighbors.
The two houses are held together by their connected shell that hides the interior for privacy. The two houses share a roof, envelope, and entry. Once the two houses open their door, their living will meet and become connected through the boardwalk. From one side the two houses are seen as one wide house but from the entrance, they are separated with the shared living being pushed to the front of the house, and bedrooms are located at the back.
The visibility of parts allows the public to observe certain parts of the interior. The materiality encourages voyeuristic atmosphere of the observer as
well as allowing the children to feel safe and look after at all times