Traditionally, human desires and needs for the subversive and the hidden, have always found a way of expression in architecture. From secret libraries in monasteries, to mafia offices in the back of restaurants, the possibility to create space also allows the possibility to hide space. This typology with in the realm of the built environment is often determined by great inventiveness. The constraints are of such unusual and extreme character, that the results tent to be equally unorthodox.
Students of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture