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.
Renovating an old dreary home into a beautiful modern residence can be a demanding task at the best of times. In fact many of us find a small kitchen renovation or a bedroom makeover to be a task too cumbersome to undertake and therefore put if off infinitely!
This exquisite lounge brings together the best of both worlds in an unassuming yet elegant manner. The lower level of the house itself features a chic living space an indoor kitchen a dining area and a cool home office. A wine cellar next to the staircase makes for an interesting visual and saves up on space.
An elevated platform ensures that the view of the lake outside is visible from almost every corner of the living area and dining room. The double-height dining space looks even more spectacular thanks to the dazzling chandelier above that steals the show! The balanced use of Italian parquet rosewood and glass gives the home a refined appeal.
Adaptive reuse is an architectural and design concept that is quickly gaining ground globally and many of the rustic old barns are being converted into wonderful modern homes. Located in the quiet little Dutch town of House G fits this billing perfectly.