What would your house say about you if it could talk? What kind of relationship do we develop with it? What parameters define and shape the relationship between dweller and dwelling? Do we feel happy at home? How much impact can this have on our psyche?
The present narration deals with the conversation in the interaction between home and inhabitant, especially when this communication is not based on healthy foundations. What does the inhabitant do when he reaches his emotional limits, admitting that he feels pressurized by his home and by the conditions within it? Where does he seek help in this case? Who can restore the ruins in this relationship?
The narration begins with a feeling of dysphoria expressed by Lina, an inhabitant who perceives herself as “homeless” within her home. She lives amongst for walls with whom she can’t converse emotionally. An ephemeral aspect tends to overshadow he capability to bond with her home. She can’t live in the present, nor does she know how to let her home provide her with all those things it was meant to provide.
Her call for help is answered by Orpheus, an Architect who promises to solve her problem with his architectural methods.
Together they will explore the source of what created this emotional gap and they will search for the lost intimacy with the dwelling.