Unique single household residence designed in 2012 by Grosfeld van der Velde Architecten located in Oosterhout, Gelderland, Netherlands.
Description by Grosfeld van der Velde Architecten The plot of Home L is sited within the wooded environs of Oosterhout. The prevailing panorama, the orientation to the agricultural environment and the planning circumstances have been the deciding elements within the siting of the dwelling on the rear of the plot. The bottom flooring was raised with respect to the present floor degree, with giant glass surfaces positioned to look out over the agricultural panorama and terraces operating the size of the constructing with an unbroken roof floor on corbelling, all of which permit the outer area to be skilled to the complete. On the similar time, the massive roof projections are designed to stop an excessive amount of mild getting into. The bottom flooring could also be described as a single, open area the place the huge volumes and the challenge-oriented design of the inside present an extra reference to the surface. It accommodates the first dwelling features, with all rooms flowing seamlessly into each other. The annexe accommodates a variety of ancillary features, with the outside swimming pool housed in an extension. Each volumes are related underground by a basement degree through which the bedrooms and loos are located. Right here too, the landscaping of the grounds and the massive glass home windows permit for excellent views over the encompassing panorama. The workplace and playroom are sited in a separate basement space beneath the dwelling area. Vertical Western Pink Cedar boarding was chosen for the façade cladding, and the roof has a moss-sedum roof masking. The restrained detailing mixed with the form and the supplies chosen give Home L an extremely-trendy look, however one that’s completely at residence in its rural environment. Go to Grosfeld van der Velde Architecten