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The Netherlands

Dutch Mountain home in The Netherlands

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Dutch Mountain home is a spacious single family home designed by architecture studio denieuwegeneratie, situated on a historical agricultural plot amidst hayfields and woods in a nature reserve in Huizen, The Netherlands. Although the plot has been overrun with small trees in time, it still bears the original character of the open field. To minimize disturbance of […]

Striking backyard oasis in The Netherlands

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Dream garden on the coast is a contemporary project by Eric Kant, an international operating design studio specializing in high-end interiors and wellness projects in The Netherlands. The scope of this project was to design an outdoor living space for a modern coastal villa comprised of a private garden with an outdoor pool and water […]

Sustainable dwelling nestled on the Kennemer dunes

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Villa V is nestled on the edge of the Kennemer dunes, close to Bloemendaal in The Netherlands, designed by i29 interior architects. The sustainable home follows a minimalistic design and shows respect for man and nature alike, in a unique residential area where the existing flora and fauna are given full rein. I29 interior architects […]

Joyce & Jeroen House renovation in The Netherlands

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Joyce & Jeroen house renovation was an overhaul of a traditional townhouse in The Hague, Netherlands by Dutch studio Personal Architecture. The dilapidated state has necessitated a thorough reinforcement of the foundation and load-bearing structure of the entire house, opening up extraordinary possibilities in an otherwise commonplace apartment renovation. The combination of ambitious design visions […]

Impressive salvaged farmhouse in The Netherlands

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This stunning renovated farmhouse is located in Utrecht, Netherlands, designed by interior design firm VIVA VIDA. The farmhouse was quite spacious and the clients wanted it to be designed with salvaged furnishings and materials. They wanted the original atmosphere and function but with any corny interiors. The designers found the perfect match between the original […]

Monumental Coach House breathes new life

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A monumental coach house and stable from 1760 has been transformed into a spacious home in Breukelen, Netherlands by Zecc Architects in cooperation with BYTR Architects. A mishmash of built curiosities is removed. Historical elements became visible again. The stable, still complete with hay racks and troughs, is used as a living room. The tack […]

Vertical Loft presents bold architecture in Rotterdam

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This so called do-it-yourself dwelling in the center of Rotterdam, The Netherlands is part of a bold experiment initiated by the municipality to revitalize dilapidated urban areas. Run-down pre-war dwellings are renovated on the outside by design studio Shift Architecture Urbanism and brought back to their monumental appearance, while the interiors are stripped bare. The […]

Church conversion in The Netherlands: God’s Loftstory

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God’s Loftstory is a converted church designed by Dutch studio Leijh Kappelhoff Seckel van den Dobbelsteen architecten, situated in the village of Veldhoven,in The Netherlands. Here is a description of the project from the architects, “The former Dutch Reformed Evangelism Building in Haarlo has been transformed into a unique loft. The starting point for the […]

Spacious and transparent dwelling full of light

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This single family apartment for four people is situated in a stately building in the town of Rooseveltlaan, southern Amsterdam, Netherlands, designed by i29 l interior architects. The original 1,614 square foot (150 square meters) structure, with rooms for staff, a double hall and long hallways with lots of doors has been transformed into a […]

Historic railway cottage in The Netherlands

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The most recent project from ZW6 Interior is the Railway House in Santpoort, The Netherlands. The former Railway House, built in 1867, is almost brutally shot through with a large Cortensteel volume. On two sides an extension is achieved with hard lines and large glass surfaces, which focuses on the surrounding greenery. The small Railway […]