From an internal point of view, in an architecture that protects and secures, through a window, one accesses only through the gaze to the landscape, which is no longer a sensitive and physical experience, but becomes an image, a show.Playing with models, photographed in nature or in a studio, blurs the perception of space and dimensions, thus questions our relationship with the world.
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