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With technological advancements and the continuous stimulation of the mind, our way of life has evolved. People no longer have a linear path of living and functions have begun to blend into each other, resulting with the necessity of redefining space as it is used. Architectural reconstruction should be engaged constantly since space is rapidly changing as well as the needs of those inhabiting it. My approach is to get rid of the standard room labels associated with architecture and replace them with day to day functions of people. Using this as a guide to design, it allowed for the creation of various and interesting spaces for people to dwell and live in, thus allowing me to design housing that produced a free flow yet controlled use of space.