I see furniture as an integral part of the architecture, not as an addition or installation. I like to blur the boundaries between furniture and spatial structure. The furniture becomes a part of the interior landscape and thereby loses its ‘object’ character. In interior design, I also guard against the ‘crisis of the object’ – I am much more focused on the users and their footprint in the space. I am interested in the mobility of the residents: how can they be stimulated by the house, their needs enriched by the experience? For example, soft wood floors reveal the favoured paths of the residents.