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House: No corridors A house without corridors, what kind of impact on the way of living does this imply, is the corridor just a buffer, is there no more privacy, how should the spaces connect? All these questions I tried to answer with this design. I started with ordering the spaces that needed a buffer zone (to create privacy), a semi buffer, or no buffer at all. Which resulted in a schematic of how the spaces could connect. The most “open” space would be the living room, this is were the bulk of the time in the house is spent. The dining room, kitchen and entrance are also open, but less time is spent in these spaces, so they’re less grandeur. The toilet and study are rooms that could be open, but a small separation between them, could be a nice privilege. The spaces with the most required privacy are the bedrooms, guest room and bathroom.

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To give this concept shape I took the living room, the heart of the house and placed it in the center, making it the largest, lightest and most open room. Attached to this room you have two sides of the house, one private side with all the bedrooms and bathrooms and one open side with the remaining spaces. You enter the house in a small entrance hall, were you get a glimpse of the open spaces and all the light that comes through. While you make your way to the living room you encounter the dining room and kitchen and a spiral staircase. Once you’re in the living room and turn around, you’ll see there’s another space on top of the dining area, the study. The other side of the living room is marked by a big opposing wall. The wall functions as the barrier between the open space and the private space, hiding behind it you’ll find a stair and doors to the bedrooms and bathrooms. Creating a buffer between the open spaces and private spaces, without creating corridors.

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