TROGLODYTE LIVING chooses Matera - a nine thousands year-old city excavated in the rocks - as the prototype for the hotel of the future.

TROGLODYTE LIVING reconsiders a form of collective life that was so outrageously experimental, to the point that it needed to be erased and forgotten by modernity.

TROGLODYTE LIVING discards standardization and hygiene-driven triviality in favor of complexity, interference and promiscuity.

TROGLODYTE LIVING substitutes the passive-aggressive individuality of tourism with the potential luxury of an unfiltered urban life.

TROGLODYTE LIVING speculates, once again, on possible and unexpected forms of living together.