A 744 sq. meters space was the inspiration for this combine of up to date and basic architectural design. Traditional Dutch design meets modernism on this superb house coated on the ours ite with haystacks. The inhabitants are a household who needed to combine collectively the straightforward, enjoyable lifetime of the countryside with the fashionable have to be near the town. So they selected constructing their house on the fringe of Zoemeer, Netherlands.
Architects from Arjen Reas needed to provide you with a contemporary cubistic form that might be good for a desolate panorama. Using supplies like hay stacks and white plaster, they created an area the place mild can embrace each nook: an open kitchen with acces to the scullery, a toilet,a wardrobe, a big dwelling space and eating room make the primary degree, whereas the second degree homes the primary bed room, the second rest room and three different bedrooms. The basement features as a storage and storage room. An superb lanscape opens from any angle of the home to provide the inhabitants a soothing feeling of house.
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