At Home: Sigurd Larsen

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Sigurd is a Danish-born architect living in Kreuzberg, and lucky enough to have rooftop access (!) directly from his flat. He recently completed a piece called “The Shrine,” a box containing thirteen different compartments, each of a different shape and size, and each with keys to hide away your private possessions. Throughout the past months I’ve been documenting the creation and construction of the piece, which was all completely done in Kreuzberg:

More of Sigurd’s work is up on his website.

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  1. Smirre° on

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    what a great box! :D

  2. Bere tot on

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    it has to be amazing to live there! I wish i can have one box like that one!

  3. Jasmin on

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    rooftop access… i’m so jealous… <3

  4. Doortje on

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    how stunning..

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  5. Ryne on

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    Beautiful ideas and construction.
    Also, wonderful documentation/video. Thank you so much!

    Also, what is the music playing?

    -ryan

  6. dario on

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    the music is ‘afar’ by harold budd!

  7. Blog Uway on

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    wow… wonderful…. I like that…

  8. Gemma on

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    Oh! I would love to have one. Beautiful.

  9. pól on

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    please, could you send me profile of flickr with this roof photo? thank you so much!! pol.killer@email.cz

  10. Lea on

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    Go Sigurd! Good job..!

  11. waldnase on

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    Ein schöner Balkon in Berlin!

  12. Anonymous on

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    CHOOSE A CABINET, PLACE YOUR BAD DREAMS, THROW ALL KEYS, AND KEEP THEM LOCK …. NICE WORK,, EXELENTE TRABAJO,.. Aj FROM COSTA RICA

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