Calle de Quiñones, Madrid
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Rome - invited
Domestic Boundaries is a research project that, thanks to the collaboration with Open House Roma, became an exhibition, with the aim to investigate and communicate the relationship between the contemporary living, the home and the city. The relationship between home and city has always been one of the most significant factors that can promote and allow social change. In the contemporary era, changes in family structure, work organization, technology, gender, communities and communication are reflected in a new revolution that blends the domestic space with that of the city. The borders between public and private, exterior and interior, architecture of the home and architecture of the city are now shifting, affecting and involving every aspect of daily life, from body to architecture, sociology to psychology, productivity to reproductivity, isolation to community.