Check the grips the architects had to take as they turned it into a home office.
There is almost no room that can not be converted to anything else. A factory room can be a cool apartment. The same can be a worn garage.
It was just a garage that the Dutch architect office architecten | en | was assigned to turn into a home office.
“I do not want the feeling of working in a garage”, was the challenge they received from the client who wanted the garage to be the basis of his design business.
The home office was built in the extension of the garage.
– Covering the enclosure with partially transparent wave platterboards created a subtle transition between the existing roof and the new extension, “tells the architects in an email to clicks. no.
The corrugated boards cover the walls and on the roof, and built.
The home office is built according to a two-layer principle, where the outermost layer consists of a cross-section, galvanized steel frame. This is again dressed with partially transparent wavy plates that emit light.
A galvanized steel plate, almost like a collar, is placed around the entire extension.
– It further emphasizes the extension, “the architects say.