photographer : Andrius Stepankevičius
“House in the house” originates from the unusual proportions of the internal space: high ceiling and low windows, which were in dissonance. We decided to soften this proportion by designing skewed internal ceiling. Two skewed ceilings appear in the interior: one for bedroom and the other for living room and kitchen. “House in the house” is like a double building under one roof. They are connected and separate at the same time. Skewed impression is strengthened by the natural oak color.