This concept is another design experiment which looks at diverging away from traditionally used design techniques, such as rectangular or square areas bounding different topics on a page. However, the second part of this experiment aimed to retain a high level of usability and familiarity for potential users of the site.
My approach to this was to start with a grid or column system (referred to as a 960 Grid System)to organise content, headings, images, etc. and then modify bounding areas by altering the angles of select sides and/or adding overlapping visual elements. This helped replicate similar designs seen in modern architecture with various structural elements overlapping each other from different vantage points around a structure. To further add to this, the colour pallet of the site was based off a common pastel tri-colour scheme found in many modern houses, with the addition of a deep sky-blue.