Located in remarkable residential property at Dutch, this house was designed by Zecc architects with project name, Villa view Vriezenveen, the Netherlands. And with program, black sculptural house in the typical flat Dutch landscape. Some info from Zecc after the jump.
Here’s some information from Zecc architects :
This house follows the linear structure of the landscape. The black zinc of the outer walls is applied in long, horizontal strips with folded seams. Due to the sheen and somewhat uneven finish of the material, the house reacts in a subtle way to the colours of the Dutch sky. Thanks to the dark, subdued colour, the house blends in with the landscape more than the big farmhouses with their orange roofs.
The rooms of the house, with their large windows, are oriented towards the surrounding area. Each room has a strong focus on one of the points of the compass. Only the kitchen has a multiple orientation and functions as the central hub of the house. All the rooms are accessible from this central space, some of them via open staircases.
The main load bearing structure consists of three steel portals supporting two laminated beams, each 1 metre high and 27 metres long. In combination with walls of a wooden skeleton structure, this allowed overhangs in multiple directions to be created.
For further detail visit Zecc Architects.
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