Water Villa Omval / +31 Architects

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Resting on the water, +31 Architects latest residence offers a gently curving form complete with a roof terrace.  While the main level holds the living spaces, a flight of stairs brings residents to the terrace which offers wide views over the Amstel.  Lowering the bedroom half a story, allows for a logical transition not only to the above terrace by also to below for access from the ground floor to the basement.   A large void brings daylight into the basement and allows provides a visual connection betweent he floors.   According to the architects, “The split-level principle of the watervilla is accentuated by the round design of the facade.”

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As seen on designboom.

Information.
location: amsterdam
client: particulier
architect: j. suasso de lima de prado,j.houwert
area: 200m2
delivery: 2010
building contractor: ardesch/dijkhuis groep
photographer: colin morsch


Cite: "Water Villa Omval / +31 Architects" 18 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 18 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=90384>

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