Mysteriously formed with subtlety, the household “landscape” has never been justified, except for the purposes of both utility and decoration, and for personal tastes of arrangement, inexplicable and difficult to categorize. Recently, the “household isolation” or “gathering ban” is common to all. We stay longer at home and, all of a sudden, the daily objects are getting closer to us. In Home Theater, the relationship or correspondence between daily objects and human beings has been changed. Several snapshots of the daily are connected out of a matter of course: in the closet, on the sofa, in the refrigerator, on the corner of the stairs to the second floor. Avoiding the outdoor contacts, we inadvertently shorten the distance inside the private residence. The quotidian tininess, thus magnified at this moment, is right in front of our eyes, within reach.