The planelle limits horizontaly and verticaly. The limit is an abstraction, and artefact. Indeed, if the limit is an abstraction, we leave an ambiguity hanging over whether or not to respect the limit.
We want to show the limits of the factory:
Social limits: the limits of the individual, the limits of intimacy, the limits of the collective, the limits of the individual before revolt, the limit before a burnout …
Limits as an architectural form: a wall as border, a circumscribed form to stand out and confront diffuse town planning.
According to Negri’s book From Factory to Metropolis,
The metropolis has become a factory, it is a hidden place of production because work has now become intangible.
Everybody is connected, works online, there is no need to commute to work or travel or go shopping. All is delivered directly to you.
In oposition with the living in the villa, working in the urban center format of work that evolved after WWII, and preceding multifamilial housing and communal work.
The community is in the moments of life, individuality in the moments of work.
we are based on the writings of Architecture and Revolution by Marullo
and the Trojan Horse metaphor. We divert the use of the typical plan to reconstruct the collective, the multitude. We build a Trojan horse within the framework of the contemporary factory and make visible the contemporary conditions in which we are forced to live and then divert them to rebuild the collective.