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Dutch studio Shift has converted a suburban house in the south of the Netherlands and turned it into a dental surgery with a new zinc-clad wing (+ slideshow).
© René de Wit Architects: Personal Architecture BNA - Maarten Polkamp, Sander van Schaik Location: Soest, The Netherlands Client: Stayokay / NJHC beheer, Amsterdam Design Team: Leendert van Grinsven, Anja Traffas, Wiepkjen Kingma Interior design: Studio Edward van Vliet, Amsterdam Landscape design: Personal Architecture BNA Square meters: 1,920 sqm Photographs: René de Wit
Hilberink Bosch Architects designed a modern home, situated at the edge of a forest in Heesch, The Netherlands. Here is the information from the project description we were sent: “The house consists of two different volumes: an L-shaped base on which an oblong volume balances. Together they form a sculpture which resembles a fallen tree […]