recently completed by swiss firm bunq architectes, 'transformation and creation of two apartments' is a renovation an old
farmhouse's barn and existing adjacent building in corsier, switzerland into two neighboring residences. the rough surfaces
of the original barn structure have been worked and smoothed creating the precise intervention within the interior space.
stairs lead inhabitants through the open plan, directing attention upwards to the vaulted ceilings which have been surfaced
with wooden planks. the kitchen and living rooms have been elevated to the highest level allowing views through the large
clerestory windows. natural daylight filters downward to the lower floors through the geometric bookcase which serves as
a partition between the library and corridor to the study.