The owners of the three-floor home recruited OPA to create interiors that could provide “a release from the conformity of the outside world”.
This prompted the local studio to incorporate a series of unusual, billowing forms into the rooms, giving the project its nickname Softie.
Softie features cloud-shaped interventions on the interior (top) and exterior (above)
“Why can’t architecture be more like nature, changeable, varied and uninhibited,” questioned the studio, which is led by
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