... the house is looking out from its windows at the surrounding landscape. Through incorporation, I have the very distinct experience of my home enveloping me as a kind of extended tissue of my own body. The home has been transformed into a region through which courses my life as it courses through my body. Bodily existence pulsates through the home, transforming a sphere of the anonymous in such a way that it becomes part of the self.
from: Richard Lang, The dwelling door: Towards a phenomenology of transition in Seamon & Mugerauer (ed.), Dwelling, Place and Environment: Towards a phenomenology of person and world, 1985