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  • The project plays with the idea of a landscape to distort the apartment’s small size. The request by the client for a “real” staircase to climb to the elevated bed allows for the construction of a “mountain” which also serves as delimitation between access and kitchen and as storage, entrance cupboard and workspace at its […]


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  • In collaboration with, and after a concept of HeyHeyDeHaas we designed and created a small writers house for writer Marcel Osterop. In the Parktheater in Eindhoven he has his residence in the flexible house. The writer wanted to be able to have a place to work and meet his audience. The house has various functions […]


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This is a 100m2 residence for a couple and their cats located in Osaka, Japan. The typical method for designing a house would assign rectangular rooms with specific functions and lay out them. Such a design produces a series of rooms of similar size and causes monotonous spatial experiences. Our approach was to avoid the […]


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This project involved the refurbishment and extension to a 1990’s cottage that had been substantially damaged during the January 2011 Brisbane River floods. The existing house enjoyed north east aspect river frontage but had very a poor connection to the river as well as massively underutilised living areas. The primary scope for the project involved […]


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The project has been developed specially for popular TV show «Dachniy Otvet» (Eng: «The village talks»). The idea of the show is that for those owners of country houses and cottages, who agreed to participate in the experiment, the invited designers or architects do re-planning of a part of their village. The important moment is […]


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The apartment is on the first floor of a mid-19th century three-storey building, located in the city centre of Valencia. Considering the limited gross area and the scant natural light, this refurbishment project partitioned only the night-time areas and enhanced the verticality of the dwelling to the utmost, making the most of its high ceilings. […]


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