Project belicht – Vlieland gaat de wereld over

Het door Bloem en Lemstra Architecten ontworpen kleine woonhuis op eiland Vlieland is gepubliceerd op designerblogs over de hele wereld. Hierbij vielen vooral blogs uit landen als Thailand, Japan, Brazilië en de Verenigde staten op. Uiteraard is dit mede te danken aan de prachtige foto’s van Chiel de Nooyer.

Divers blogs schreven een eigen tekst bij de publicatie. Hieronder zijn hier enkelen van weergegeven:

This Seaside Cottage Skirts Zoning Regulations To Gain Extra Living Space

Posted by Mike on January 8, 2015

| Tiny House Spotlight

You might think of the Netherlands as a place to consume great works of art, or perhaps copious amounts of legal marijuana, and not so much as a place to bask in sunshine on beautiful sandy dunes next to the ocean. Yet many Europeans looking for a weekend getaway visit the island of Vlieland, located just off the north coast, which serves as a primary tourist destination. It’s also home to this new home designed by Bloem and Lemstra Architects. Like a many tiny houses, the builders had to look for creative ways to skirt zoning regulations to squeeze a bit more living space into the design. They were limited to 581 square feet when building a new cottage but they took advantage of a little provision allowing for a small 65 square foot outbuilding. This allowed them to expand the footprint while saving a few extra square feet inside by building an attached shed, which is used as a laundry and mud room.

The design also takes advantage of regulations that allow for ample roof overhang, which covers a simple porch on two sides of the home, adding extra space isn’t included in the official square footage. With large glass doors that fold wide open the overall design it feels larger, and the tiled interior seems to join the wooden porch as a natural extension of the living quarters.

As for the structure itself, it remains a fairly simple design. Two cube-shaped boxes join together and provide a living room, dining area, and kitchen. Believe it or not, they manage to fit two tiny bedrooms and a compact bathroom in the space behind the living room. The overall look and feel of the cottage fits in with its neighbors, with the gently sloped roof and narrow spaced vertical slats adding a bit of unique look.

 

Small and Charming Weekend House With an Optimum Level Of Openness

Located on the Dutch island of ‘Vlieland, this small weekend house looks like a true holiday oasis. Designed by the creative team at Bloem and Lemstra Architects, the compact dwelling comes with a surface of 600 square feet, with a 65 square-feet extension. The client’s brief requested a simple building, with a high level of openness towards the peaceful surroundings. Considering the amount of sunshine from each direction, the architects placed the bedrooms and bathroom on the north, and the living room on the sunny south side.

This unconventional “box” in wood and glass offers everything the inhabitants need for their weekend getaways. The interior scheme is highly modern, with functionality playing a major part in the overall design. Two sets of glass doors act as living room walls; during warm summer days, they can be manipulated for various degrees of openness. A wooden deck extends the living area outdoors, offering opportunities for contemplation. You can check out the house plans uploaded at the end of the post for a better understanding of the project. What are your thoughts regarding this unconventional home design in The Netherlands?
Read more: http://freshome.com/2014/11/30/small-and-charming-weekend-house-with-an-optimum-level-of-openness/#ixzz3PgclJ0YY
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Architektur: Ein Ferienhaus in Holland

Das hier ist ein Ferienhaus auf der holländischen Insel Vlieland. Die Architekten von Bloem en Lemstra Architectenmussten sich dabei an bestimmte Vorgaben des Geländes halten und haben sich daher für dieses Konzept entschieden. Die beiden Schlafzimmer und das Badezimmer befinden sich auf der Nordseite des Gebäudes. Auf der anderen Seite ist das große Wohnzimmer mit offener Küche. Im Sommer kann man die Wände des Wohnzimmers komplett aufklappen, sodass der Wohnbereich direkt in die Terrasse übergeht. Wie gefällt euch das kleine Haus?

Conheça a casa de fim de semana dos seus sonhos

cuidardacasa | Dezembro 1, 2014 | Arquitetura, Todos | 0 Comentários

Sempre imaginou ter uma casa de fim de semana ou apenas um espaço onde pudesse esquecer todos os seus problemas e apenas desfrutar de um bom momento? Esta poderá ser a sua casa de fim de semana de sonho! Uma casa deste género seria excelente para um fim de semana de descanso ou trabalho longe de tudo ou quem sabe até para uma festa com amigos. Não deixe de apreciar a excelente arquitectura deste pequeno oásis do mundo moderno.

Esta linda casa de fim de semana situa-se na ilha holandesa de Vlieland. O design desta maravilha ficou a cargo da equipa criativa Bloem and Lemstra Architects, apresentado-se como um espaço com 600 metros quadrados por 65 de extensão. O cliente em causa pediu uma casa simples e há primeira vista é mesmo aquilo que parece. No seu interior por outro lado esconde alguns segredos. A grande abertura ao exterior é o seu maior segredo e uma maravilha nos dias de sol. A casa foi pensada e como tal o quarto e a casa de banho encontram-se voltadas a norte, ao contrário da sala, tudo feito para se aproveitar ao máximo a luz natural.

Bloem et Lemstra architectes ont conçu une petite maison de vacances sur l’île néerlandaise ‘Vlieland de 54 m². Le propriétaire voulait une maison de week-end qui était simple et ouverte sur la vue des environs. L’architecte a fait un concept clair et simple. Les pièces où la lumière et les ouvertures ne sont pas important sont placées sur le côté nord, les chambres, la salle de bains et les WC. Sur le versant ensoleillé au sud il y a l’espace de vie avec le salon et ses deux ensembles de baies vitrées qui peuvent être complètement ouverts sur l’extérieur en été et permettre d’admirer le paysage les jours moins beaux.

– See more at: http://www.smallspacesaddiction.fr/2014/11/holiday-home.html#sthash.f4RAEnGK.dpuf

 

CASA PEQUENA E SUPER CHARMOSA!

Posted on 1 de dezembro de 2014 by AsArquitetas in arquitetura

– casa pequena e charmosa

Já pensou em uma casinha assim, bem compacta, em uma praia bacana? Ou então, com acréscimo para filhos ou visitas à uma casa maior.
Um bangalô só seu?

Localizada em uma ilha da Holanda, essa casa é um pequeno oásis.Projetada por Bloem and Lemstra Architects, tem 65,00 m² e pode ser quase completamente aberta para se unir ao entorno. Ter uma dessas seria um ótimo projeto para a vida.

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