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Exhibition Pitzhanger Manor House, Ealing

  Soane and Le Corbusier: Modulating Light and Arresting Views 21 March – 19 April Architect Patrick Weber presents a series of architectural interventions. Situated in the small drawing room and library, the works examine how the design methods of two eminent architects – Sir John Soane and Le Corbusier – inform architectural understandings of  Continue Reading »

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Exhibition Pitzhanger Manor House, Ealing

  Soane and Le Corbusier: Modulating Light and Arresting Views 21 March – 19 April Architect Patrick Weber presents a series of architectural interventions. Situated in the small drawing room and library, the works examine how the design methods of two eminent architects – Sir John Soane and Le Corbusier – inform architectural understandings of  Continue Reading »

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The Blind Spot House The site for the house is on a steep hill overlooking the Rhine valley. Being blessed with extreme views to the far horizon towards France on one side, along the Rhine valley on the other side and towards the Black forest Mountains on the back, the site is as well in  Continue Reading »

1a_Blind Spot House
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The Blind Spot House The site for the house is on a steep hill overlooking the Rhine valley. Being blessed with extreme views to the far horizon towards France on one side, along the Rhine valley on the other side and towards the Black forest Mountains on the back, the site is as well in  Continue Reading »

101_house

The project 101_spinning wardrobe is part of a refurbishment of a Victorian house overlooking Queens Park in North West London. One part of the commission was the general refurbishment of the house throughout all the four floors, and the creation of additional space in conversion of the existing loft space. The second part of the  Continue Reading »

101_spinning wardrobe
101_house

The project 101_spinning wardrobe is part of a refurbishment of a Victorian house overlooking Queens Park in North West London. One part of the commission was the general refurbishment of the house throughout all the four floors, and the creation of additional space in conversion of the existing loft space. The second part of the  Continue Reading »

Green Belt Movement Teaching and Learning Pavilion

This project looks at strategic design principles for the making of temporary shelters in developing countries. It is a response to a call to design a teaching and learning pavilion for the Green Belt Movement, a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Nairobi that fights deforestation. The brief was to research and design a ‘learning and  Continue Reading »

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Green Belt Movement Teaching and Learning Pavilion

This project looks at strategic design principles for the making of temporary shelters in developing countries. It is a response to a call to design a teaching and learning pavilion for the Green Belt Movement, a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Nairobi that fights deforestation. The brief was to research and design a ‘learning and  Continue Reading »

24_house

refurbishment of a semi detached house in london archway. 2012-2013    

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24_house

refurbishment of a semi detached house in london archway. 2012-2013    

40_house Play-Up

Refurbishment of the one family house in London Shepherds Bush. As part of the complete refurbishment of the house the roof was extended with the back mansard to accommodate three bedrooms for the three children. Each of the bedroom is organised over two levels with the sleeping areas at the upper level of the spaces.

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40_house Play-Up

Refurbishment of the one family house in London Shepherds Bush. As part of the complete refurbishment of the house the roof was extended with the back mansard to accommodate three bedrooms for the three children. Each of the bedroom is organised over two levels with the sleeping areas at the upper level of the spaces.

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