Invisible House

Studio NminusOne

Posted on Sunday, November 21st, 2010 at 12:07 am

In the Invisible House, architecture is systematically removed from one’s visual perception.

During the night the living room is simply a black void, and during the day a white void. Only objects which escape any form of permanence will appear. At night only the essential gets illuminated. Spaces are defined by perimeter demarcation. Objects are detected by infrared beams, and according to their presence and location, illuminated.

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