Ambiguity of use is an apt way to describe the conversions, retrofits, and additions that the couple has completed in the past few years, a handful of which were examined in a studio visit in The Architect’s Newspaper last year. Even so, the conceit of Space for Something, as the architects named the project, is open-ended to the point of woolly uncertainty. Project photographs, shot by Naho Kubota, depict a limpid interior from odd heights and angles. Where pastel trim delineates thresholds, pink, baby blue, and yellow walls indicate zones of activity, and a few minimalist chairs are scattered about. Wedges of light and the shadowy bend of an exterior railing rhyme with the acute angles of notched cupboard doors. Everything is still, and you could be forgiven for thinking that Kubota’s lens has been set to soft-focus.
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