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* Residential Architecture: Modern Villa by BBVH Architecten

Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Residential Architecture: Modern Villa by BBVH Architecten: “..The dynamic architecture is characterized by it’s dark colors and large cantilevering terraces. Oriented at the waterfront, the house is designed to enjoy the view of the surroundings..The house is built with a steel structure around a concrete core, and filled with lightweight prefab timber exterior walls. This allows the terraces to cantilever 3 meters. Used materials are gray glass fibre reinforced concrete panels in combination with an anthracite plaster. The ceiling under the cantilevering terraces is finished with a warm brown wooden cladding..Contrasting the dark exterior is a bright white interior with spacious rooms. The ground floor has a modern open kitchen and a large living room overlooking the water. Three children’s bedrooms and a bathroom are located on the first floor, with access to a large terrace. The master bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet is located at the top floor, connected to a private terrace to enjoy the evening sun..”  Extensive glazing, natural light and views, cantilevered terraces, prefab elements, sharp form, contrasting exterior/interior palette..

See our post on another home by BBVH Architecten: Residential Architecture: Cowboy House by BBVH Architecten.

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image: © Luuk Kramer; article: Jett , Megan . “Modern Villa / BBVH Architecten” 26 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/178658&gt;

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