Before World War Two houses were used in a different way. The houses were furnished according to the amount of light that could get through the windows ,which was scares those days because the windows back then were pretty small.
Today’s modern houses receive a huge amount of light and gets the chance to spread itself over this huge surface. Dutch Photographer Bert Teunissen captures the light in the pre-war houses perfectly with his ‘Domestic Landscapes’. This project is inspired by his photocollection. It’s like a space in a space where you can feel safe and where you can have all your special belongings near you, like a domestic web.
Material steel frame, cotton cord