biomorphis was commissioned to design the transformation and the renovation of a derelict house on the island of Møn, Denmark. The work focused on a reinterpretation of the existing spaces with minimal yet decisive interventions. The aim was to set up a series of spaces that keep the original layout of the house in order
The loft space of an early 20th century building in Dunbar, Scotland, has been converted into a light-filled living room.
The discreet glazed lodge in the Scottish Highlands give its residents the opportunity to experience a privileged contact with the Loch and offers panoramic views of the scenic landscape, while shielding from the stronf prevailing winds.
Biomorphis reconfigured a double storey family apartment in the Old Town in order to obtain 2 independent flats each fitted with their own serving spaces. The upper flat was extended onto an adjacent rooftop to create a generous loft space. Both levels still operate as one family house with the added flexibility of independence for
biomorphis worked with Save Leith Walk to facilitate a Community Planning Workshop in order to develop an alternative vision for the land on Stead’s Place as well as the 106-154 Leith Walk red sandstone building.
Biomorphis has designed a new new timber single storey studio to replace 2 existing stores adjacent to the Old Ale & Porter House in Tyninghame. The roof profile of the studio matches the height existing boundary wall conditions. The walls and roof are finished with untreated red western cedar cladding while a new gabion wall
Dundas Street apartment renovation, located in a 19th-century building in the New Town Edinburgh. The design creates an elegant contrast between the historic shell and the contemporary interior.
The idea behind The Living is for the house to become a bright living room where all rooms are experienced in one unique space.
Boreal house is a place to retreat from the world. The concept of the house is to experiment how nature spontaneous forces can shape in a Northern region of the world.