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Deconstructing a black box

Toying with space. Deconstructing floors and walls and reconstructing a big communal space. Old facade and new internal configurations. Is it thinking outside the box? Floating and fusing and looking just a little like an Escher print. House and studio transformed by Zecc Architecten and Studio Rolf.fr in Rotterdam.






Reader Comments (8)

Dear Jo, I was wondering if it was possible that you do a walkthrough of your WHOLE house? I would sincerely love to see your bedroom, kitchen, study, bathroom, etc too.

Love, Amanda.

25 Nov 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda

Very interesting as an architectural exercise, but.... could anyone actually live in it?

25 Nov 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDeb

Ofcourse someone could live in it! I could! It would be GREAT FUN! ...like living in a fantasy architectural world... with lots of squares and boxes that you could add round accessories and fluffiness to.

25 Nov 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChari

I have become infatuated with this blog! Another great post, what an awesome house. Reminds me very much of a friend of mine's old house...very cool.

The Craft

25 Nov 2010 | Unregistered CommenterThe Craft

An absolutely magnificent makeover. This house is really fascinating and entertaining. It reminds me a bit of an adventure playground only that this is for adults not for kids. Always something different to see around the next corner.
The only thing I would be a bit worried about is that there are many sharp edged corners - not something for someone who had a bit too much booze - lol ????

25 Nov 2010 | Unregistered Commenterpetra voegtle

I've met the house of my dreams...

25 Nov 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDH

Wauw, this is really fantastic. I like the black on the outside!

26 Nov 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEvelien

The textures, materials, and finishes in this home are to die for!


2 Dec 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLeigha

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