- # Technology
- # Social
- # Economy
Can architecture be flexible enough to please our ‘wants’, standardize our ‘needs’ and at the same time be responsible in all social, political and economic ‘boundaries’? That is the main question of this project. It is not only the internal that defines a city, a building, a house - all that we want to see inside… but also, what is external and necessary: its edges, its borders, its periphery spaces in between and the way they communicate - outside.
Collective housing primarily occupies a tight city and periphery area, but individual housing prevails - in our region in a total of 70%. The fact is that collective housing must meet a series of requirements and standards. But what are the requirements of individual housing? Is there a way to standardize building processes of a single family house?
It should be a house that responds to all external ‘boundaries’, standardizes all ‘needs’ that are defined somewhere in between and integrates all our ‘wants’ in its interior.