The buildings we live in are all the same and yet details, lines, decorations - all of these differentiate them. These elements aside,
our constructions are pretty much all the same, chiselled out of a volume similar to a cube. The question is, how do we know what to do within this volume if we want to make a unique structure? It’s a play of construction, deconstruction, assembly and deformation, to mould the volume given to us. The result is an architectural language of form, void and combination related to buildings, places to live.