INHABITATION sought to define a fundamental spatiality of human dwelling, one that eschews the typical regulations and clearances that define basic building activity and challenge them with uniquely-defined parameters. These parameters balanced the ergonomic, psychological, functional, social and emotional needs of an occupant. Teams were encouraged to expand their research on spatial minima into the representation of said space and develop a series of measured graphic and model representations that encode a matrix of possibilities for dwelling.

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