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(…) The most wonderful in a room is the light that comes through the window of the room. The sun never knew how great it was before a room was built (…) Louis Khan The closed façade offers a “statement” by reacting on its neighbours by contrast. Only on the ground floor is the white volume cut off. At this point the front facade is pushed backwards, like a scenario, allowing the perception of the stair. Behind the closed façade a “light-route” is created: after experiencing exposure and light intensity on the ground-floor, the visitor gets on the first-floor the feeling of stepping into an enclosed darker staircase. Through it’s form, which at some points is cut off to allow light penetration, and the contrast between fully open and fully closed, a light-game arises, which floor after floor guides and surprises. View more View full description
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