Could the house also be the place of the “event
”, ever-changing in the dematerialization
of its electronic contents? The invitation—to design a three bedroom, low-cost villa adjacent to a canal on one of eight lots by eight different architects that are part of a master site plan created by OMA—in The Hague became an opportunity to raise new questions about the home and related assumptions about an impenetrable private domain. It also became a challenge to explore some conditions of twenty-first-century living spaces.