Living Archeology | Graduation Project The construction of the German Atlantic Wall during World War II has left a scar along the coastline of The Hague’ urban tissue. It stretched over a 5000 km long defence line along the boarder of Nazi Germany in order to prevent an Allied invasion. The Atlantic Wall has left a visible mental- and physical impact upon the development of the city […]
[ 1 Detail Roof construction | 2 Entrance space | 3 Transition interior / exterior ] ___________________ A tea experience can not take place without a bowl as its shell and a bowl is just a bowl of tea when filled with tea. They reinforce each other and need each other in a certain sense. This is also true with the landscape relative to the architectural use. This tea house is created by drawing certain lines on the map to the […]
As the name suggests, the central question within this pavilion is the ‘‘Portability’’. The pavilion is built for the organization ‘‘We Are One’ which is dedicated to the preservation of different ethnic groups. The pavilions is hard to reach with different barriers in order for the visitor to experience its reachability, therefore increasing awareness.
The double house is designed with a minimum square footage and simultaneously the highest attainable functional living space within the requirements of the Dutch legislation. The house is centered backwards and and partially below street level. As a results, the residents are being extracted from their busy, build-up area. Exterior and Interior view Profile view [ 1 Living room | 2 Bathroom | 3 Kitchen space | 4 Bedroom ]
[ 1 Basement | 2 ground floor . Exhibition space | 3 First floor . Living room + kitchen | Second floor . Bathroom + bedroom ] This home is built for a collector of animals in formal dehide. The glass tubes containing the stuffed animals walk through the whole house. The contruction is made up by a skeleton made of bamboo so that the glass tubes can remain visible and can also serve as light shafts for all the […]