Untitled (Living Space)


'It could be my bedroom (or something similar). Even including the same technical characteristics: all the walls and spaces in this module are constructed from raw painter’s canvas against which I measure myself and others.' At the beginning of the 1990s, Pep Agut took painter’s canvas and turned it into an architectural element with multiple possibilities. Freed from its capacity for representation, it is used to construct all kinds of spaces, such as the bedroom or a life-sized cabin that requires the human presence to activate it.