A manifesto to minimal requirements as the basis for human interaction in an age of growing fluctuation
The world in which we live in is in perpetual motion. Urban systems must be rethought in order to be able to respond to movement and change. Space must therefore evolve and focus more on its social relevance. Ephemeral structures that are of temporary and exibile structure need to be focused on as they can serve as inspiration. This research project deals with the minimal requirements for space in an age of growing fluctuation and constant change. How can minimum requirements be defined when every room has its own needs to satisfy? What makes a room worth living and what does it have to guarantee? The aim of this work is a manifesto that redefines the minimal requirements of space as the basis of human interaction. Furthermore, it should be found out how people perceive their current spatial environment and what demands they place on space.