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The idea behind this project is everyday, domestic space: a living space filled with memories made up of furniture and objects, a physical space defined and limited by the floors, walls, ceilings, doors and windows, a space in constant interaction with its occupants.
This work explores the inhabited interior space, its spatial organisation, dimensions and relation to the people who live there.
By re-interpreting uses, positions and functions in our concrete environment, by deconstructing archetypes and using familiar traditional materials, the work presented questions our relationship with others, objects, space and time.
Transition, absence, emptiness, the concealed, and the imperceptible: through an unexpected experience, we are invited to reconnect to the essential, paradox of daily life.

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