This is likely one of the most lovely exteriors I have ever seen. The Chimney House inbuilt Bosschenhoofd, The Netherlands, stole my coronary heart at first sight. Although the 600 sq. meter home nonetheless wants some landscaping completed, the extraordinary cladding on the facade and the straightforward but efficient architectural form of the home made me contemplate this for instance of a dream residence. Based on the truth that the chimney is a disappearing function in modern structure, the architects from Onix created a collection of chimneys differentiated by form, measurement and performance. Nestled between wooded grounds to the south and agricultural land to the north, the Chimney House encompasses a rectangular flooring plan and a saddleback roof. The stylish quantity shelters the dwelling areas: social and entertaining rooms on the bottom flooring and personal rooms upstairs. Trying to maintain the soul of their future house intact, the shoppers made the within panelling themselves. Using totally different finishes for the picket planks on each the facade and the inside – coarser or smoother – the architects and shoppers managed to create a sturdy, personalised and cozy dwelling area.
Vertical residence on a small, slender and lengthy property