Conceived for a couple who collects furniture as a hobby, the design revolves around an open and brought living room that is flexible for multiple configurations.
Situated on a tight site flanked by neighboring structures, the monolithic form is constructed from reinforced concrete and features a multitude of faceted corners. Two volumes protrude out of the street facade to create an overhang above the entrance and the car park. The larger cantilevered arm is fronted with a single plane of glass which permits sunlight to enter the interior.
Accommodated on the second storey, the main living space sits elevated over the street with a double-height void above it. The language of the faceted exterior is continued to the interior, manifesting as a dynamic multi-angled ceiling form. This heightened focal point extends
the sense of space vertically, resulting in a room that is exceptionally open and airy, despite the heaviness of the material used. A punched-out sky light and another square-faced window to the back of the plot coupled with the reflective white floor maximizes the amount of
natural daylight entering the house.