A project started in 2004 and named after erotica, Domestica Invisibile (or Invisible Domestica) explores our psychological response and physical adaptation to our home space which is very often pre-defined by others nowadays. This allows modifying the existing furniture or re-inventing its function like storage. Domestic space also denotes our privacy that may not be very often exposed to the public, especially in a very Hong Kong context of the lack of space. However, it may be also an universal practice of dealing with space which is unnecessarily limited, such as that we all like to hide things underneath our desk in a way everybody could see them. Its visibility is always subject to the viewer or user's intention.
The series was further developed into different versions:
Town Home (2005)