A series of images capturing old relics of our past in its dismantled form. Every piece and component are positioned in an almost obsessive-compulsive arrangement - by type, size, function - resulting in a clear portrait of an era that we have seemingly left behind.
A modern home, designed for a family of three. The smooth volumetric concrete structure identifies the needs of a family in search of a serene and breezy home environment. Despite the fact that the main material is concrete, the architects didn’t seek to create a cold living space, but to establish a certain harmony between the exterior and the interior.
"The House of Yagi is designed with the idea of an incomplete/complete form. Unlike other projects, the final stage of construction for this house was not aiming towards a finish stage, but to let the owner experience the sense of completion after living here. Interior space of the house is designed to maximize the interaction to its surrounding environment. Ground floor material remained the same as the original site, with a single tree standing in the centre to present a natural contrast with the surrounding area."