This is a blog about architecture, urbanism and strangely appealing places. It focuses on domestic architecture and looks out for curiosities, exceptions and oddities. I’m investigating homes, housing types and places to live that do not follow conventional ways of making domestic architecture. One goal is to find out if these unconventional examples have potential for inspiring new ideas and better places to live.
This blog serves also to show things that I find inspiring and things and projects that I do.
My master’s thesis in architecture served as a starting point for these ideas. “Working Home – Dwelling types combining living and working” investigated the spaces of work in domestic architecture. Here is a picture showing a new model for combining working and living; this one was called PLUS (shared work spaces continued the space of the dwelling).