Koenig houses: “When I was in school, my favorite architect was SANAA, always liked their work. I was very intto the whole minimalist movement. You design a lot and then you take away and take away and try to make very subtle things happen. I always envisioned myself in the space and thought about how I would feel in it. Even with the store we took away everything and made it a very flexible environment, where everything is on wheels, there’s a curtain system, you can open the space or close the space. It’s always about flexibility and change for me, and I think Koenig’s homes are also open for interpretation. He always designed a house for its occupants.”
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Koenig houses: “When I was in school, my favorite architect was SANAA, always liked their work. I was very intto the whole minimalist movement. You design a lot and then you take away and take away and try to make very subtle things happen. I always envisioned myself in the space and thought about how I would feel in it. Even with the store we took away everything and made it a very flexible environment, where everything is on wheels, there’s a curtain system, you can open the space or close the space. It’s always about flexibility and change for me, and I think Koenig’s homes are also open for interpretation. He always designed a house for its occupants.”