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Möbius House

A kaleidoscopic fusion of the landscape and the house

The intertwining trajectory of the loop relates to the 24-hour living and working cycle of the family.

As the loop inverts, the exterior concrete shell transforms into interior furniture and the glass facades become internal partitions.

“While it is hard to believe at first that it was not created for the eye, the seductive masses do seem to be in the service of a deeper idea: the pursuit of unity through flow.”

Philip Nobel, The New York Times, 1999
http://www.nytimes.com/1999/10/28/garden/design-notebook-toward-a-future-with-flair.html?pagewanted=all

Superliving

The design of the Möbius House is a direct response to the request to shape this family home around the daily lives of its occupants. Responding to the flows of their working and family lives, while integrating the surrounding natural landscape, were paramount design concerns from the outset and ultimately resulted in a highly bespoke family home. Read about our ongoing explorations of this theme in the Superliving workfield.

Concept and Design

  • The Möbius Loop
  • 24hr Lifecycle