IsoMorph is a prototype of stations to be built along a pipeline to serve as maintenance, gas delivery and inspection sites. The locations of the stations vary from urban to rural, mountainous to plains. The range of variables that include program and size demands a flexible design solution. IsoMorph is based on a kit-of-parts that encourages customization with a minimal amount of components. Variability in height and width of the building is achieved through the assembly of a series of ribs designed from a single glass fiber reinforced plastic profile.

Client Israel Gas Company
Design concept Open Source Architecture (C. Ahrens, E. Neuman, A. Sprecher)
Size varies from 25m2 to 150m2
Planning 2004