'The Dreamlife of Vernacular Agents (or My Life as a House)' looks at a specific architectural site of a child’s playhouse, as it currently exists within my ancestral home of rural Nova Scotia Canada, as embodying a position of neither/nor within the form of architecture. This position, referred to as a superposition, is described through a comparison of opposing poles in which this state-of-being manifests. This particular structure maintains a state of flux between two definitions: neither model nor house. As result this representation exists within a goldilocks zone defined by what it is not; however, claiming a construction of both simultaneously. This is a position I define as essential to my queer experience.