A two-storey Dynamic D*Haus hybrid, this was the first commission after the infamous Dynamic D*Haus, this exciting hybrid design is conceptually seen as separate pavilions in the landscape, comprising of two parts: 1. Plinth- A piece of non-architecture belonging to the land. A sculpted base which contains bedrooms and ancillary services.
The plinth is designed to be of low visual impact, with raised landscapes, open courtyards and terraces that integrate the building into its environment. 2. Pavilion – A moving, adaptable living space that is configured to respond to its environment. The four parts of the pavilion consist of kitchen, living room, dining room and study/contemplation space.
“Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.
MIES VAN DER ROHE