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Mr. Barret’s House by Bureau

Research, Architecture, Interiors

©Dylan Perrenoud

Experimental architecture studio Bureau has taken a building apart and put it back together again, to create a home for the fictional protagonist of 1963 film The Servant. 

— a fragment from Dezeen
Photography: Dylan Perrenoud

Mr Barrett's House is a former garage and apartment in Geneva, Switzerland. Bureau founder Daniel Zamarbide used a process he describes as "surgical intervention" to slice the building open, tear out its interiors, and then reassemble with a far more complex layout.

 Architect: Bureau
Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Year: 2019

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