“The core con­cept re­ally is play­ing on the vol­ume of the struc­ture by vis­ually en­velop­ing it, hence my nick­name for the house”

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vis­ually en­velop­ing it, hence my nick­name for the house.”

Large wooden dou­ble doors mounted with steel ar­row­heads lead to an open-plan liv­ing and kitchen area. A glance up re­veals the high ceil­ing, from which a whim­si­cal chan­de­lier from Moooi drops, high­light­ing the ge­om­e­try of the struc­ture. Dé­cor in the liv­ing room is kept to a min­i­mum (the lady of the house good-na­turedly points out that it is a chal­lenge to have dec­o­ra­tive pieces on dis­play with young chil­dren run­ning around), but this does not de­tract from the cosy feel of the set-up. The blue turquoise Ploum sofa

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