Development of industrial materials’ potential for narrative takes shape in this ongoing research. Materials meant for behind and in between our walls (architectural interstitial spaces) cross their designed boundaries to take their place in the room. Taking the shape and mechanic properties of those interstitial materials as a starting point, a line is drawn that crosses from practical means to what function for a domestic environment requires.
While conserving their personality as engineered objects meant for constructional and installation use, the purposeful arrangement under which they get combined, entitles them with an upgraded visual and functional value. These pieces, bring to light a re-interpretational approach to matter consumption and industrial standardisation, that opens up to a myriad of possible variations sprouting off standard.