Subjectivity is imprescriptible in architecture. 1 ‘Space is… an effect of the relation between the subject and the world’. 2 The representation of space in childhood 3 and the alteration of spatial experience in regression and ‘altered states of consciousness’ establishes that spatiality and subjectivity are intertwined. 4 ‘If the identity of the subject and its desire for objects is constructed by representations of space, then the subject and its space are not independent entities’. 5 So ‘we are always already spatial, and… architecture is always already subjective. The subject articulates its spatiality in architecture’. 6 ‘With architecture, I space myself’. 7