Modern Home in the Netherlands Redesign Once More

Modern Home in the Netherlands Redesign Once More

3 December, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior

This collection of photos tells the story of a house with a unique story. Built several decades ago, the home has always had a transformative shape. This newest set of renovations, executed by Siebold Nijenhuis Architect include an earthen garden accented by narrow reflecting pools, a stone walled patio, brick and wood façade and museum-like interior. The library is flanked with shells, filling it from wall to wall. No chairs, tables or furnishings of any kind accompany the many books that stand at attention. A clean, modern bathroom features the rectangle, its shape ringing true throughout. Rectangular shaped double sinks sit until a long mirror. An unusually oblong wall cutout acts as the entrance to the shower housed in a rectangular shaped room.

wood in exterior


modern home

wooden elements in front of the house

large windows in the exterior

minimalist interior

red couch with white walls

home library


bathroom in a minimalist style

Photos courtesy Menno Emmink


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