Projects

We designed a simple, yet functional kitchen which occupies a recess in the living room as a floating object.

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A family of 5 needs more space for living. We designed a new storey on their house with 2 bedrooms, 2 balconies and a toilet.

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An OSB bathroom replaces the kitchen in a merged apartment. The choice of material enhances the image of a temporary object.

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Hoogstraat Hotel transforms empty -but refurbished- shops to stylish, comfortable pop-up hotel rooms where visitors enjoy their stay.

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Container City adds value to empty urban areas. Instead of decay and stagnation, it shows change and progress.

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Urban Village transforms vacant properties into small societies for refugees in the truest and most positive sense of the word.

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A study to re-use an old school building to accommodate families of refugees and offer them a home away from home.

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studioMERZ designed a stand for the Concrete Trade Fair. This original stand was very much appreciated by the client and visitors.

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Open House: studioMERZ designed and supervised the renovation of two entrance halls of an apartment complex.

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A company restaurant was transformed into a multi-functional space. The task: Design a space where employees want to meet.

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Permanent Impermanence: studioMERZ developed concepts that help the city of Łódź transform in a flexible manner.

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An architectural research on the beauty of impermanence. An old factory is transformed with a minimum of renovation.

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For the Transition Camp Westerbork we designed a pavilion which functions as a visitors information center.

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An architectural route through a scaffolding and on a rooftop, to a scenic view over Katendrecht with augmented reality.

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