Holiday House by Bloem and Lemstra Architects

In contrary to all the other house Bloem and Lemstra Architects placed the extension in front of the house in stat of in the back. In summer when the doors are open, inside is outside. The extension gives some privacy from the road and is the entrance to the house in the winter and the kitchen closed are placed in this kube. Holiday House by Bloem and Lemstra Architects
Posted by Erin on November 19th, 2014

Bloem and Lemstra Architects have designed a small holiday house on the Dutch island ‘Vlieland’. The local building restrictions allowed a house 600 sq feet and extension of 65 sq feet. The living had two sets of doors that can completely be opened. The rooms where light and openness is not important are placed on the north side. From the architects
The owner wanted a weekend house that was light and open with nice views to the surroundings. Architect: Bloem and Lemstra Architects

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Updated: 20.11.2014 — 12:28