Atelier-bisque doll by UID Architects

Keisuke Maeda and his Hiroshima-based architectural office UID recently uploaded images of their latest work “Atelier-bisque doll.” Completed in late 2009, the project aims to rethink the notion of privacy.

Instead of the conventional outward-looking means of securing privacy, in which walls or fences are used like a border-town sheriff, the same prerequisites are applied to an inward-looking approach in which even the surrounding gardens are categorized as exterior space. The result is an environment that, at its core, emphasizes human interaction by removing the limitations that interior/exterior zones place on our lifestyle.



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