The Ma(i)de Sessions hosts explore architecture’s social and psychological properties and the impact that it has on domestic workers in South Africa, i.e. how does physical space affect our head-space? South Africa’s history in particular is a prime example of how space has been used to segregate, oppress, exploit, and to monopolise power – this was the architecture of Apartheid. This phenomenon can still be mapped on varying scales, down to our very own homes. Who better than our very own Tuliza, architect extraordinaire, to help us understand our social blueprint through 6 key lenses.
Image: Dominic Wilcox – The Waiting Room