The House of Multiple Dimensions

Ersi Ioannidou

Research output: Non-textual outputExhibition


The House of Multiple Dimensions is a representation of a modern Existenzminimum dwelling. The model of The House presented here is made of hardwood, metal, glass and paper and works in two scales – in 1:20 as a house and in 1:1 as a box. Furthermore, the box as piece of furniture acquires a double meaning; it is an object of everyday use and, at the same time, a precious object. This series of representations allow for a depiction of the minimum dwelling both as a structure that one inhabits and as a structure that one carries with oneself; as something one uses everyday and as something that one wants to preserve.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 16 Dec 2010
Eventexhibition - University of Brighton, UK, 16 Dec 2010 - 7th Jan 2011
Duration: 16 Dec 2010 → …


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