"... When the desire to renew the stereotypes of everyday life becomes imperative, Architecture returns to its roots, to the primitive hut", writes Suzana Antonakaki in her book ‘Thresholds’.
And to go a little further: does not this return to the primitive hut mean the return to oneself and the necessary space that provides him with protection from nature and from what is foreign around him? The space he can organize and control?
This book deals with this space, its elaboration and the objects that complement and characterize it. …"