The majority of us live in square rooms, with square windows, on floor surfaces of around twelve square meters. Still, in this homogeneity, exceptions can be found.
The superposition of plans and sections of forty working spaces during quarantine time, results in a drawing which is characterized by a very dense center and a less concentrated periphery, showing similarities and differences, norms and exceptions within our own rooms.
Perhaps what is central is not the center. During this period of lockdown more important were those situations of spatial exchange, which have broken the clear edge of the ordinary room, transforming it into an open system. Extraordinary moments that make the ordinary room a place of interaction and imagination.
We should rather consider the outer lines.
Superposition of forty drawings made by students of ETSAB at studio extraordinary_ordinary by Tiziano Schürch.