There is an elephant in my room. The elephant fills the room and extends outwards into the landscape luring a visitor towards the interiors. A visitor gets ingested in the space that expands and contracts.
In the tight geometry of right angles, the curved wall acts a barrier and bridge at the same time, although the most massive element, it nullifies its existence by not touching the slab. The house extends itself literally and metaphorically to the landscape outside. The very few concrete walls take the load of the slab. The tapering roof thins down as it goes from more to less support below it. Hence the name “UNequilibium house” as the roof is lopsided yet balanced.
Our keywords are sustainability, using bespoke methodology and crafts, use as little energy as possible and make with hands as much as possible. We believe in fusing architecture and nature such that the boundaries between the two are blurred. It should be difficult to tell what is inside and what is outside, thus making architecture and our habitat a wonderful place to be in, where nature play magic continuously throughout the year and becomes a source of eternal joy.