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A design is more than an exercise in the efficient arrangement of spaces and materials. It requires observation and translation of the day to day routines of the user. The particular ‘living habits’ of the client were the starting point for the design of a living and working space in a transformed office space in Amsterdam. Habits and actions were linked to places, levels and objects, without directly translating them into ‘rooms’. This left open the possibility to overlap activities and reinterpret relations in surprising ways.