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Urban Villa is a minimalist home situated in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, designed by Pasel Kuenzel Architects. The constructing was just lately accomplished, and is roughly 307 sqm in measurement (about 3300 sq. ft). The architects have been targeted on creating a house that may embody a plain and sobering aesthetic by decreasing the design and amplifying the materialization and degree of detailing.
The constructing consists of a horizontal part for dwelling areas, and a vertical component that encloses the workplace area, bedrooms, and a roof terrace. The south aspect of the house consists of a big window to function a viewing portal to the adjoining river. The architects determined to put a patio dealing with the entrance of the road in an effort to permit a threshold between the personal and public locations.
The architect describes the facade as an “uncommon materialization of white painted uncooked timber boards of Douglas fir underlines the compelling energy of straightforward issues.” Black window frames stretch from edge to edge whereas the inside is in keeping with Pasel Kuenzel Architect’s regular white minimalism.
Photography by Marcel van der Burg.