This study is focused on the occupation of a space by its human inhabitants, and also by its object inhabitants. An exhaustive cataloguing of the accumulation of things seemingly required for living becomes the primary driver for this system.
Here, objects are initially tightly packed into a physically minimal dwelling in which each thing is accommodated, but this leaves no space for the dwelling's human occupants to interact with their possessions.
The space given to the object must be displaced in order for people to pry into the domain their paraphernalia. This action produces space for sleeping, hygiene, cooking, gathering.