Inspired by Manovich’s theory of the “Augmented Space”, the installation is two-parted: A physical space and its virtual representation, displayed on a computer monitor. The physically accessible part presents the minimum interior of a furnished room as RFID chips, which are scanned periodically, like the searching eye of the beholder. Their information is shown on a small LCD screen: desk, chair, and mattress. The computer monitor, in front of the physically defined room, shows a 360° interactive representation of the displayed space. There you can see the furniture in it’s actual nature. The amount of RFID chips used in this arrangement is dedicated on dutch regulations for “squatting”. Until October 2010 you could stay in a house legally by installing a desk, chair, and mattress. The theoretical approach to “Zimmer frei, 12 m² möbliert” is manifested through the thesis “the augmented privacy”.