In the flyer it’s written:
” the work begins when you’ve reduced a typical apartment into its skeleton where its open spaces can be as if newborn”.
Everybody thinks they can personalize a living space. Our presentation aims to open everyone’s eyes to residential literacy by showing the concrete tools to make that happen.
My opinion is they were more than great in succeded in that. When I re-think of this house and that huge table at the entrance, I think they got the point, more over when they put the TV in front of the baths instead of the living room. Maybe it’s a tipical japanese thing, but since I don’t watch tv at all, that could be a good place to me.
Of course a couple would not love to dream in different beds…Here below the bookshop of the exhibition, which was exactly the tsutaya books, a japanese chain well endowed in architecture.