RESIDENTIAL

Private villa, Santa Ponca, Palma de Mallorca, 2016 Through circularity this villa reflects the idea of unity and fullness. The interior has been shaped as a continuous space as the curved walls and ceilings form continuous surfaces. In the entire house room height windows open up to a stunning view of the outside world. The hammered marble flooring continues seamlessly. It divides the plan into several levels, define the different functional zones and extends through to the exterior. The earth tones blend while sea tones are adding extra drama and depth to the palette. (Project in progress)

Private villa, Santa Ponca, Palma de Mallorca, 2016

Through circularity this villa reflects the idea of unity and fullness. The interior has been shaped as a continuous space as the curved walls and ceilings form continuous surfaces. In the entire house room height windows open up to a stunning view of the outside world. The hammered marble flooring continues seamlessly. It divides the plan into several levels, define the different functional zones and extends through to the exterior. The earth tones blend while sea tones are adding extra drama and depth to the palette. (Project in progress)

Private Dalmatian villa, Croatia, 2015 There are always new ways in recreating and reinventing a look from another decade.  An essential part of the Art Deco style was evoking drama and grandeur of the silver screen of movies and entertainment into your home. Early Hollywood used neutral color palettes but combined them with shiny fabrics, lighting that was subdued and an abundance of soft material that were luxurious for the eye and the touch. In Villa M, however, we combine this elegance with contrasting materials and finishes: Ceilings and stairs of bare, raw concrete and traditional black cast iron.  The style of Art Deco was also characterized by bold outlines, geometric patterns and zigzag forms.  In Villa M, cubistic patterns are a regular decoration feature as well, yet in a modernized way of presenting them:  Handwoven cubistic wall coverings made from natural plant fibers and oak parquet blocks sawn and laid in an inspired geometrical pattern.

Private Dalmatian villa, Croatia, 2015

There are always new ways in recreating and reinventing a look from another decade.  An essential part of the Art Deco style was evoking drama and grandeur of the silver screen of movies and entertainment into your home. Early Hollywood used neutral color palettes but combined them with shiny fabrics, lighting that was subdued and an abundance of soft material that were luxurious for the eye and the touch. In Villa M, however, we combine this elegance with contrasting materials and finishes: Ceilings and stairs of bare, raw concrete and traditional black cast iron.  The style of Art Deco was also characterized by bold outlines, geometric patterns and zigzag forms.  In Villa M, cubistic patterns are a regular decoration feature as well, yet in a modernized way of presenting them:  Handwoven cubistic wall coverings made from natural plant fibers and oak parquet blocks sawn and laid in an inspired geometrical pattern.

Private Villa in Antwerp, Belgium 2009. Design, layout and fit out of a villa in a residential area near Antwerp.

Private Villa in Antwerp, Belgium 2009.

Design, layout and fit out of a villa in a residential area near Antwerp.