Autorica: Sara JurinčićMentor: Ivana Ergić Katedra za arhitektonsko projektiranjeKabinet za stambene zgradeRadionica arhitektonskog projektiranja 1 – Suvremeno stanovanje
Architectural regulations within the domain of housing are organised within a framework of norms and as such they can be considered through pre-defined boundaries of space (minimum, maximum, optimum) and standard spatial relations (inside and outside the apartment). The reality of housing indicates a massive deviation from ingrained regulations. Apartments are undersized or overcrowded, (insufficient spatial frameworks) while functionality is subordinated to compromise (disturbed spatial relations). Considerations concerning contemporary housing in realistic circumstances pose numerous questions: Which boundaries determine housing space? In which way can established norms be redefined? Can changes in boundaries generate different spatial as well as non-spatial qualities?