dRMM have long been industry favourites. At least, I like them. I’m pretty sure everyone likes them to. Anyways, the London based architects dRMM have just completed a new private house in Suffolk (I’m a Norfolk boy, so I’ll add “Boo!!” after the word Suffolk there), the outer skin of which slides across to reveal and hide certain features and to create new features of its own. These pictures show the sequence, which is very interesting, but what really fascinates me is the details as it slides. More pictures can be seen on the Dezeen blog, and I’d recommend heading over there to check it out.





Nice photography as well.

Once again, dRMM and Dezeen are the links to check out.