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The house becomes a space with multiple scales from the micro (experience, customs, body moves, objects relation ...) to the macro (a space used for connecting any corner of the planet). How can they incorporate these dimensions into the current house?
Habitability is a device within a heterogeneous group that comprises speeches, architectural facilities, regulations, laws, administrative measures, scientific statements, philosophical and philanthropic moral propositions.
What is the role of housing in this device?
Progressiveness is an intrinsic term related to living. Families evolve and this is why evolution, adaptation and flexibility are an undeniable process in daily life. The inhabitant always tend to personalize their environment and often change their lifestyle over time, leading to new changes in habitat. This means to generate expandable, customizable, changeable, adaptable, able to adapt to the body times spaces.
The house must deal with different situations:
- The future user is unknown, therefore his needs cannot be guessed.
- The user is known, but his future needs are not projected.
-The transformations produced by users generate negative interference in
How can we project it taking into account these aspects?
Housing should turn into an adaptable space to the inhabitant and not the opposite. Therefore, the housing must be thought from two dimensions:
The initial housing will be a complete habitable package that can progress incorporating inputs and finishes that do not compromise the stability of the buildings.
The housing allows a back development to the construction of housing incorporating new spaces and new surfaces.
Housing was not conceived thinking about changes in family structures, but currently we can see the great deversity: people who live alone, couples without children, couples with one child, group of people who share an apartment, families who take care for an elderly person and so on. How can housing bring in all these changes? What kind of housing do you propose?
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