The Lien Villa Collective is one of Edmund’s most prestigious projects. One of the five architects that were chosen to build the five different houses on the estate, Edmund designed the Raw House.
The Raw House’s external appearance resemble two joint buildings, a vertical wooden building with a white horizontal building attached to its side. With its wooden walls, it blends in easily with the nature surrounding it, as if it was a part of it, as well as simultaneously standing out.
In the kitchen area of the Raw House, a tree is situated in the middle of it, with its own personal sky light, bringing nature into the house. Along with the wooden motifs, the Raw House is accented by dark grey tones and masonry, giving it a rustic look.