Room model
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About This Project




Space is defined by many factors, how can we describe this space? A reflection about what do we need to leave and which are the most important aspects to create a good space to leave.


This a model in 1:50 is a reinterpretation not only about the materials, furniture… but also represents the light, the sound, the air… in this space.


“The idea of things that have nothing to do with me as an architect taking their place in a building, their rightful place… It’s a great help to me to imagine the future of rooms in a house I am building, to imagine them actually in use”. Peter Zumthor’s (Atmospheres, p. 39).


Objects in a space give a sense of identity and expressiveness to place. Objects can acquire both tangible and intangible qualities, for example; an idea, memory, colour, furniture, smell, light and texture. These are all atmospheric features present within architecture.



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