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martina muzi

via di ravecca 13, genova, Italy
Martina Muzi is a designer and researcher. Her multidisciplinary practice develops between the domestic and private realms, the physical and the virtual, the formal and the institutional, investigating how social relations are embedded in or affect architecture and design. She is currently part of the architectural and design research studio, Space Caviar.

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Domestic fictions speak about Architecture.

Enjoy the Stream!


Domestic fictions speak about Architecture.
An online series as a mainstream tool to make architectural visions that invade the homes of others.

Inspired by the 1976’s comedy film The Irony of Fate, one of the most successful Soviet television productions ever written, by Emil Braginsky, the project aims to project the Soviet Khrushyovkas building heritage into the future through the production of a fictional series. The home of today has inherited modernist architectural concepts such as standardisation, typification and collectivisation more than any other space. These exist in dialogue with recent paradigms of privacy, self-construction, ownership and new realities brought on by the Internet; extended to relations as: architecture and the everyday, official and oppositional, public and private, used and unused. Through the medium of the fictional series, the identical, multi-story apartment buildings spread throughout former Soviet Union cities will serve as strategical social reality stages on which to bring visions of future living to life through the realities and visions of the buildings' inhabitants.

Enjoy the Stream!


Domestic fictions speak about Architecture.

Enjoy the Stream!


Domestic fictions speak about Architecture.
An online series as a mainstream tool to make architectural visions that invade the homes of others.

Inspired by the 1976’s comedy film The Irony of Fate, one of the most successful Soviet television productions ever written, by Emil Braginsky, the project aims to project the Soviet Khrushyovkas building heritage into the future through the production of a fictional series. The home of today has inherited modernist architectural concepts such as standardisation, typification and collectivisation more than any other space. These exist in dialogue with recent paradigms of privacy, self-construction, ownership and new realities brought on by the Internet; extended to relations as: architecture and the everyday, official and oppositional, public and private, used and unused. Through the medium of the fictional series, the identical, multi-story apartment buildings spread throughout former Soviet Union cities will serve as strategical social reality stages on which to bring visions of future living to life through the realities and visions of the buildings' inhabitants.


Idea by

martina muzi
via di ravecca 13
genova
Italy
Martina Muzi is a designer and researcher. Her multidisciplinary practice develops between the domestic and private realms, the physical and the virtual, the formal and the institutional, investigating how social relations are embedded in or affect architecture and design. She is currently part of the architectural and design research studio, Space Caviar.