Urban Housing

Reflecting on the separation of labour and domesticity in modern life where we, when we are relaxing in our homes or taking a break at our workplace, produce data almost constantly. This form of labour is new and is not limited to any particular space charged with either labour or domesticity. Additionally, the acts of domestic labour, paid labour, and emotional labour all have their physical place. This project aims to explore the places in between as places where we could be free of labour, suggesting that the ‘space-wasting’ corridor might not be such a waste, and that places of transition could be used for spontaneous reflection and freedom.

life of the circulation

scale of the corridor

public (yellow), community (green), and private (red) on first and second level

section showing public (yellow), community (green) and private (red)

flat plans