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“It is not the conduct of bodies but rather the conduct of something that existed between them, i.e. the field, that could be essential for ordering and interpreting all events.”
Albert Einstein

For this apartment, we were asked to redesign the 5th floor of a converted loft building into residential space for an art collector. Here, we introduced different zones: public / private / guest areas along a concept of ‘connective cuts’. We introduced planes as connective membranes: not only by means of translucency, but also by slicing and separating them into suspended, floating, and pivoting elements. As a result, areas or fields of occupation are formed, with fluid, continuous space flowing between them.

Credits

Year: Completed 1998
Location: Soho, NYC
Client: Private
Project Type: Residential Loft
Size: 5000 sq ft
Design Team: Principal in charge: Winka Dubbeldam, Assoc. AIA | Archi-Tectonics Team: Roemer Pierik, Stephen Roe, Joachim Karelse, Marcus Acheson, Bernd Kornberger
Consultants: Structural Engineers: Severud Associations | Mechanical Engineer: Stanislav Slutsky Engineers | Contractor: A.J. Greenwich | Stainless Steel Manufacture: UAD
Photography: Paul Warchol Photography | Cristoph Kicherer | Archi-Tectonics
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