Who remembers playing with play-do and lego as a kid?
Hours and hours of fun transforming the space around us into whatever we imagined. This, to me, is the ultimate state of space that modern day architect needs to achieve.
I think that just the green revolution of buildings with gardens and solar panels is just the tip of the iceberg.
Imagine origami modeled buildings that fold and transform the space within to fit the users’ preference.
Daily rearranging of homes into offices/factories and back into homes is already a common aspect of most freelancers and entrepreneurs’ routines. And multipurpose buildings have always been a kind of real estate development.
This is why as a rule I rearrange my rooms layout periodical; not only to clean those hard to reach places but also to transform the space and possibly “re-create” space for other uses.
In conclusion, disrupting your space not only opens you up to other possibilities and help you more efficiently utilize your space but in addition it changes the way we view and think about space entirely. Thus, we can find new ways of monetizing that most limited of resources on the planet- Land.