Dutch architectural firm Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten has designed Three Holiday Homes.
Completed in 2013, these three homes were built adhering to strict regulations of a Hollandsche Rading park, in The Netherlands.
Three Holiday Homes by Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten:
“Three very small houses built according to the strict building rules of the park where the introduction of a grass roof meant a major innovation. In collaboration with the contractor, a prototype was developed that would eventually be repeated with small alterations.
In the facades, an idiosyncratic play of proportions, geometries and secondary elements like canopies and downpipes gives the constructions a strong personality.
Due to the close collaboration with the contractor an almost furniture like detailing was made possible. Like this every house answers to the owners’ lifestyle and offers a unique interior in a mostly standardized shell.”
Photos by: Moritz Bernoully
1 thought on “Three Holiday Homes by Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten”
Dreamlike location. Very thoughtful of the authorities to frame strict rules. Architect, contractor and the house owners are law abiding. Very ideal situation. I do hope such situation exists in my country too.