minimal space


Cellule no. 2, 1992, by Israeli artist Absalon (1964 – 1993) at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin.
Absalon made a series of six inhabitation cells (cellules) to be placed in Paris, Tokyo, New York, Tel Aviv, Frankfurt and Zürich.
The living cells were designed for a single person, in this case for the artist himself and, therefore, scaled around Absalon’s bodily proportions with enough space to bring one suitcase.