(Refurbishment of flat; Paris, France; 2004)

To buy, to rent, but still to live occasionally.

The concept of le home was to make living–storing–renting possible in one space.
The essence of the home was developed as a concept for our more frequent traveller that decides to purchase property abroad and wants to benefit from renting it the days that he/she is working elsewhere. These co-inhabitational terms have the potential of becoming revolutionary due to the increasingly mobile living patterns and the high property prices in our main world capitals.

One of the main objectives was to maximise infrastructure and storage permitting different layers of use within the same space but with diverse users from one day to another.