Bookshelves were used extensively to delineate spaces define them elegantly and turn every corner into a serene ergonomic reading nook! Unassuming neutral colors were incorporated throughout while the Tudor influences were kept largely intact. By inviting the grand view outside indoors the house instantly acquires a more open airy vibe.
It was in 1967 that the ingenious designer took up the challenge of designing a gorgeous prefab under which many deemed simply impossible at the time. The result is the fabulous that has served the family as an amazing summer retreat for well over four decades now!
It seems like structures from the 1800s have plenty of takers as this old Water Tower in originally built in 1877 now plays host to a stunning contemporary home that offers some amazing views of this cosmopolitan city. and added a sleek and audacious ‘glass box’ to the original structure that houses the living area on the lower level and four spacious bedrooms on the upper level. The interior is kept simple and minimal with white dominating the landscape.
Stackable glass doors help in separating the various zones within the home while allowing natural light to flow through. The contemporary kitchen is the showstopper of the house with its stunning island and sleek ergonomic design. The decor is kept modern and neutral with bold colors barely making their presence felt.
The modern trend of letting the contours of a plot define and shape the overall silhouette of a residence and its floor plan is resulting in the creation of some amazing homes indeed. Located in Netherlands the is nestled on a plot that has a height difference of six meters from one end to the other.