Setting the stage for our everyday life, the interior is always just a fragment of a larger entity. Although it forms part of the larger context of the architecture and the environment it is situated in, it also stands in stark contrast to them. The inverse relationship between architecture, human needs and desires, its equipment we need for our life, such as furniture, art, and decoration, stands at the centre of our practice work. Organizing, orchestrating, re-thinking. Performing our choreography within a given space. We embrace the ambiguous cross overs of the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and furniture design. Both craftmanship and theory form part of our design process. Incompletion, pluralism, and contradiction are essential ingredients of our work.