The 15'x15'x15' dwelling study is a conceptual investigation to look at the possibility of a living unit, not specific to site and context. The cube takes the basic elements of an urban living environment: Bed, Work, Bath, Kitchen, Green and Leisure, and then is transformed into a periodic table of living elements. Each element in divided up equally as a cell in the table, and the elements are then folded into a cube. The idea is that each of the elements can be arranged in relations to each other according to the needs of the inhabitants. The interfaces of each element from the cube is intended to be able to fold to form the space of the particular element. The interface of each element can be folded to itself as well as to other elements to create different combinations of habitation.