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The house has an introduction (a) a slow

drawn-out crescendo. It has a moment of transition (b) an


instant when mounting anticipation is replaced with trepidation,
. Trough the transition the mood changes movement along
a clear ohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sun which projects the mind into
the far distance, is a moment of revelation. Experiencing the
house is the spatial equivalent of a passage of music.

Te architecture of John Pawson


is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Medohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunouse is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunohn Pawson
is usually characterised as minimalist and austere.
he makes buildings with as little furniture as possible and
no decoration. Spaces are as simple.
Te Neuendorf House is like this. It has bare rectangular
walls, coloured red by mixing earth pigment with
the cement. Tey glow warm against blue Mallorcan skies and
behind deep green Mediterranean trees. There are almost no
windows; those there are small rectangular openin in
the walls. Some walls have no more than one tiny window (3).
One wall has a regularly spaced row of them, like an insistent
beat. Others are camouflaged, hidden in a long horizontal
slit like the visor of a helmet (4). More than austere, the
architecture of the Neuendorf House is severe, even daunting.
Inscrutable on its hilltop, it is more like a castle than a house.
Except that it has a tennis court, a terrace for sunbathing and
a swimming pool, it makes few concessions to the fact that
it is for vacations.