A year into the pandemic, it is a cliché to point out how important house has become.
The smallness of our present worlds has lost its novelty, and rooms that may at first have felt like sanctuaries have become, at times, a big stifling.
It was in this mind that T Magazine asked us Massimiliano Locatelli of Locatelli Partners and to the architects Vincent Van Duysen and Toshiko Mori to each design a paper house that could speak to their vision for a post pandemic architecture
|Each proposes a house for a future remade by the pandemic.|
The resulting models explore basic questions about how we might make homes for a world irrevocably changed, expressing a concern not just with beauty and comfort but also with reproducibility, accessibility and adaptability to a wide array of uncertainties, whether economic, climatic or political in nature