"Harmony is when a number of similar or related units are arranged in an orderly or unified composition" - Muschenheim
Throughout the whole year my thesis has revolved around the notion of architectural adaptations and it's consequences. How a uniformed structure is 'interrupted' when an individual attempts to adapt their dwellings.
But unlike the theories of repetitive and harmonious architecture, Inhabitation is anything but uniform. It is a dynamic composition, self regenerating and malleable according to it's inhabitants personalities, functionary needs and musings.