Why does one tend to achieve order and system? The kind of objects and things we collect throughout our lifetime always fascinated her and there eventually arises a need to store it. We like to own things. We call them our belongings. Our possessions often give us a sense of identity. This sense of identity also largely depends on how we would store or archive these objects of ours. On what we would rather exhibit and what parts we would rather keep to ourselves. These possessions accumulate in one’s living space, and hence wardrobes and various kinds of storages came into existence.
These objects that one owns and stores can vary in nature and typology - by the space they occupy, or by the owner, or the function and activity. More often than not, a storage is seen as a separate entity, as an individual object in itself and not a part of the activity system, less of an integrated media and more of a secondary dormant vessel.If this storage has to be an active part of a space and activity system, would that mean it would also make us well aware of what we own and what we don’t? Would we be able to keep track of the things that we own better? Would that impact the way we consume in today’s world? These are the questions revolving around this particular field of interest which eventually became the genesis of this project, which provided an opportunity to explore this line of thought further.
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