Life in plastic it`s fantastic (2010-2020) Veils that cover up buildings for construction make them appear as giant cocoons. All the undercover business is kept a secret, the trimming facejobs are discreet and private. All that is torn gets stitched up, flesh is grown back on the bones, aging gets concealed with plaster. These greenhouses are not places of growth because these tight shells disable considerable expansion. They are rather greenhouses of mutation; incubators that enable houses develop their better selves. This is GMO-architecture. Much of the authentic and individual features of buildings are lost in the metamorphosis, but that’s ok. Honesty and origin are never the goals of serious breeding. On the contrary, the more perverted the muscle and makeover, the better. Although everything should advance in a greenhouse and cocooned caterpillars should develop into handsome butterflies, these embryos of buildings do not necessarily produce better houses.
What if the veils remained intact? If the wigs stayed worn and masks untorn? If the surprise was kept wrapped up and bodies fully dressed? Then the contents behind the covers would be fully up to you: anything could be inside.