'THE HOME' is a book about houses and people. The house dealt with in 'The Home' pays more attention to the house with a clear attitude and how the person staying in the house treats the space of the house rather than the shape, size, or style. And according to that attitude, they grouped similar types of houses. 'Home Office' for those who live and work at home, 'Suburban Life' for those who are willing to accept the inconvenience and choose to live a free life in the suburbs, 'Gathering Place' for those who bring the role of community into their home It is a binding expression. The Magazine<B> editorial department interviewed various creators at home and abroad through 'The Home' and talked about the meaning and purpose of the existence of a house, and how many different forms of universal living space we commonly think of can be used. I looked to see if I could.