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Cabins is the outcome of Matteo Ghidoni’s theoretical and critical research on “being”. Relying on architectural drawing, and through the investigation of a human’s most basic needs, Ghidoni produces ten abstractions of architecture, dedicated to the care of body and soul.
Cabins are not residential units as described by modern architecture; they do not impose fixed domestic functions although they anticipate potential daily actions by organising them around a certain minimum number of elements: a bathtub, a sitting area, a shower, a shelf, and little more.
The sober character of the project is defined by the drawing exercise, bound to essential principles imposed on the sheet: the rigorous use of axonometry, the grid system for cladding, the repetition of standardised elements. They all come together describing the self imposed and subtly circumvented rules of the game.
21 x 28 cm