Deframed - extension of your body?
how do we comprehend space as a architectural object? 

Deframed is an experiment with the idea of metaspace. Asking the question “how do we comprehend space as a architectural object?”

The notion is that constructed space is an extension of your body, but how do we then acknowledge that space as an object?

Is there a dualistic divide between the space as an architectural shape and the inhabitant’s comprehension and use of the same space?

Ultimately, is this why the building is considered architectures object, and not the space within?