Interior Space to Object

Kervin Aparicio, B.Arch ’20

SP. 20

Instructor: Maria Esnaola

Architecture domesticity is centered on the reduction of space to object, as shown by the decreasing homeownership rates among younger generations. Domesticity, in this context, refers to the functions of a home, defining the boundaries of privacy and independence from society. While the reduction of space to object is a progressive change to maximize space, mobility, and convenience for its users. Social trends like homeownership are visible within the domestic interior, transforming how we perceive the functions of these spaces defined by their distinct objects.