Once an indoor garage of a residential bungalow, is now a studio space for furniture designer Hugo de Ruiter in Eindhoven in Netherlands. Dutch studio Architecten|en|en made use of perforated corrugated aluminum as the skin for the walls and the roof. A collar of galvanized steel that acts as a terrace boundary highlights the disengagement of existing and new. On the interior the addition provides extra floor-space and height. An abundance of daylight can enter the studio through a south faced strip of glass dividing the addition from the existing roof. Shutters fold back from the facade to reveal sliding glass doors that lead onto a projecting platform outside.