* Residential Architecture: Villa Hendrikx by 70F Architecture
Posted by the editors on Friday, 15 June 2012
Residential Architecture: Villa Hendrikx by 70F Architecture: “..The house is a two-storey building with traditional planning, living on the ground floor and sleeping upstairs. The building is divided into three parts: a two-storey main entrance building facing the front garden, a patio and connecting hallway as an open area in between, and finally the living area in a one-story volume in the middle of the plot..The house is clad in yellow-white blend brickwork with mahogany window frames..The entrance to the house is in the second volume, the connecting hallway between the tall office/sleep volume and the low residential volume..Above the kitchen is a glass roof. In these volumes there are also an indoor and an outdoor fireplace. The livingroom is facing the patio and the backyard, and has a partly covered terrace facing south..” Extensive glazing, natural light, privacy, lightwells; interesting materiality, interior volumes and visual connectivity..
See our post on another home by 70F Architecture: Residential Architecture: Villa Frenay by 70F architecture.
image: © Luuk Kramer; article: ”Villa Hendrikx / 70F Architecture” 14 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/243711>