Three Holiday Homes by Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten
By Holly • Jun 29, 2014
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
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