* Residential Architecture: Villa IJBurg by Knevel Architecten
Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 24 July 2012
Residential Architecture: Villa IJBurg by Knevel Architecten: “..Dutch studio Knevel Architecten have completed this villa located on IJburg, a new residential district in Amsterdam built on a series of artificial islands..The upper part of the villa is clad in dark-stained wood and features a sloping roof clad in solar panels, which reduces the building from three-storeys at the front to two at the rear..Apertures in the slanting roof create terraces on the upper floors while a loggia on the first floor and glazing below overlook the water..The lower part of the house is rendered in white and sheltered by a protruding ledge..” Ample glazing, natural light, roof terraces, balcony; dark wood cladding; solar energy..
See another home on Ijburg: Residential Architecture: House Ijburg by Rocha Tombal Architects.
image: Luuk Kramer; article: Dezeen