A residence of a young art-loving family in the middle of Berlin, independent from any conventional floor plan, with separate office and guest area on a continuous level and two additional penthouses.
The premises articulate in a stretched and angled main space without functional determination and several adjacent subsidary rooms for retreat with individually assigned programming.
The central space as a "space of potentiality" can be modulated by mobile, rollable furniture elements with the ability to interlock in order to form flexible zones of use. It accommodates (customizes itself) like an universal cloth to the multiple, unforseeable and continuously changing needs of the inhabitants. The palette reaches from a continuous exhibition space to a couple of private cabinets of graduated intimacy. The functional areas transform to a set of zones with more ore less blurred transitions.
The traversing supergraphics reflect the image of floor and ceiling mirror-inverted (horizontal symmetry) and builds up a further abstraction of spatial qualities. Crucial for this is the colour concept with modulated yellowish greens and a complementary aubergine hue. All built-in wall closets are understood as integral part of the coloured walls, which become legible as operable fronts only by their premium quality surface.
With the constantly changing light of the wandering sun, which enters through the afloating glass facade, the colour and spatial impression of the graphic strings transmute continuously. The central living area in this subtle way becomes a visual laboratory and an imaginatory space of itself.