The body inhabits the house, and inside it, everyday domestic life takes place. There, basic actions such as eating, dressing, climbing the stairs, resting, using furniture, are framed in geometries that configure space to accommodate the human body. In this interior geography, the standards of form, use and function of spaces and objects are decisive for the construction of what is considered habitable. And these standards respond to the needs of a type man. Antifragile proposes the inclusion of these other excluded types and bodies.
The last national disability census, DANE 2010, showed a population of 2,018,078 people with some type of alteration in their physical, mental or communication conditions. A large part of this population must adapt to objects and environments designed for bodies other than their own, where the homogeneous is absolute and fragile in the face of individuality.