Foam House

What if a space was intended for you to destroy it and for you to live
amongst its destruction? The project devalues a completed space that
is pristinely preserved, clean and consistent, subsequently producing
discomfort in those who have grown with discipline for making things
last, as the space around them ceases to be absolute and is incessantly
broken down. It explores the unit as something designed through
subtraction with the self as the additive. A unit is packed with foam and
space is carved out by the user in relation to their body, their needs and
their time. The foam, with all its mass, becomes both static and dynamic. It
moves in flux with our limbs and merges with our skin, embracing material
chaos for something more alive.