The bedroom and the guest bedroom are equal in size, and balanced at opposite ends of the house. The living room is larger and sits between the two bedrooms. The idea is that the guest and host share this space together, and routines—whether public like cooking and eating; or private, like showering and sleeping—are quietly defined, with no tension or overlap.
Gaps in routine or any definitive purpose are provided by empty, open rooms. A hallway connects the host bedroom to the living room, and a green
Interestingly, Andrew describes the bathroom as living ‘inside the house like bacteria in the gut’. Each object within the bathroom has been allowed to remain distinct and separate, so that its innate qualities are revealed. The basin tap is a fleshy pink. The shower pipes meet like a wishbone. The P-trap and flush pipe are highlighted in shiny
‘These comparisons and associations are not the point of the project,’ Andrew explains. ‘They are the byproduct of simply letting things be. As with flower arrangement, there is no set outcome to begin with. The objects find their place, and together they form a whole.’
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