As long as it does not affect others - as in the public space or in society’s self-imposed rules - an owner is free to do whatever he wants within his property. Architecture does not always contemplate that kind of freedom, to the point that it could go against its own values. The survey of the changes made to a house by Luciano Kulczewski allows observing how freedom to intervene operates indifferent to architecture.
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- Visual Arts and Performing Arts