In 2011 we built a new guest room, this time with plywood boards that were leftovers of a construction site, and were initially used as tables. As dwellers, we have all the time to observe, think and learn better ways of living in a place. As architects, we have to be faster. Dwelling is a primary fountain of improvement as architects. Observation, a critical spirit and empathy are the others.

The day we left the house, it was cleaner and emptier than we found it.
These boards have been transformed into the doors and furniture of our new home by the sea.