Issue  The House that I propose gives the opportunity of usage during whole year. Normally in the island; there is the situation of summer – full // winter – empty. One of the comments was ‘Why you cannot accept the island as it is; what happens if a house stays empty during winter?’ I basically can answer that I have no problem with this empty/full situation. But it is a different housing experiment which allows changing of users//usages//occupied spaces inside and around the house depending on identities and memories of the users and seasonal differences.
Issue  I am trying to redefine the parts of the spaces [rooms?] of the house with thresholds instead of sharp borders like doors. One of the comments was ‘Why a person wants to stay a place without any door or privacy?’ My answer would be the house won’t allow stable borders to users; the spaces flow into each other; it depends of occupation of the users. But of course it also creates the privacy. Maybe it can be defined as a communal house rather than a house with sharp borders between private areas. Also, I defined the house as a container of dreams/thoughts/memories of a dreamer.
Issue  Superposing of Ada houses give the opportunity of seeing thresholds and third places between superposed surfaces both horizontal and vertical. But probably creating a catalog of the thresholds that I’ve found would have been more useful to show directly my intention and the way I am montage-ing the house. I agree that it was one of the missing parts of my presentation.
Other than that, I found the example of ‘Chelsea Hotel’ very useful due to having continuously changing users and their memories/identities which are reflected to the rooms of the hotel. Also the interaction of the users at the common parts of the hotel [lobby, halls, balconies, staircase (!)] almost breaks the privacy between the rooms.