As home in the city becomes more and more expensive and unattainable and its value is estimated
at 200-300 salaries it makes sense to think of the home as a ‘thing’ that can be bought or obtained.
If once less was more, and then became a bore, now less is simply a fact. The reality of living in the
city today forces us to rethink the potential of the ‘less’.
A possible home was planned
while questioning the presence of an individual at his home and the presence of home in the city. Considering constant movement and change as
essential qualities of our daily lives, home is no longer a permanent container of objects but a composition of objects and an object on its own. As opposed to the modern home which is
structured as an array of rooms the conventional hierarchy of domestic spaces
and the traditional conception of the room was neglected as cooking, dinning, sleeping and taking a shower is
rendered as a flux of daily activities. A series of lightweight, moveable frames, surfaces, curtains
and joints can be assembled and disassembled in any vacant space in the city. Home becomes a collectible and its parts replaceable, one could buy his home parts.