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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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A ranch style 1950’s home, like many others – with a desire by the owner to turn it into something they could love, like many others. With a move towards warmer materials and a natural palette, as well as the introduction of new roof lines, a cool roof to reflect the sun, cellar like treatment to […]


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How to live on the outskirts of the city? Rather than creating an urban zone more or less resembling a city-centre, the project seeks the preservation of the local character and quality of life of a place that does not belong to the city or to the countryside. This project aims at creating density while […]


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We were commissioned in October 2010 to produce a design for a new house on the site of a ruined, B-listed black-house on the Isle of Tiree on the west coast of Scot­land. We developed a concept that comprises two houses, a Living-house and a Guesthouse, linked by a Utility wing. Together the elements combine […]


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