city without houses

The aim of our research is rethinking and revaluing the routines in the center of Moscow. By erasing one of the primary elements of the routines, the house itself, we extrapolate the meaning of the city: a field and a network of unexplored possibilities. Following three persons and the way they work, eat, meet, rest and how they move between one another, we argue that today it is less important the amount of things that one possess. It is all about accessibility. In this regard, the project tries to uncover the opportunities that the city offers and the way people could dwell in it. Using a hypothesis based on the power of exclusion enforces the way we think about the existing where everyone flourishes in their uniqueness. Download PDF