"Schaal 1op1", an exhibition about the obviousness in interior architecture

Six architectural designers want to make the visitor aware of the space in which they live, their living room. Just try and take a different look at your environment, is what they ask. Does the TV have to be on the cupboard in the corner? Don’t people tend to take their living environment in a too obvious way?

The creators of the exhibition are searching for a challenge. They are not afraid to criticize the traditional way of dealing with the division and disposition of spaces. By mixing time, context and perspective in an unusual way with a traditional interior, a world of experiences exists in which the visitor is set down to different questions.

Who determines where to sit? Is it the position of the chair, or the space around the chair? More images after the break. More information on the exhibition’s official website.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. ""Schaal 1op1", an exhibition about the obviousness in interior architecture" 24 Sep 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/79162/schaal-1op1-an-exhibition-about-the-obviousness-in-interior-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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