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Villa Hogebiezen / EVA architecten

  • 02:00 - 10 June, 2016
Villa Hogebiezen / EVA architecten
Villa Hogebiezen  / EVA architecten, © Luuk Kramer
© Luuk Kramer

© Luuk Kramer © Luuk Kramer © Luuk Kramer © Luuk Kramer + 21

  • Contractor

    Bouw- en Aannemersbedrijf De Wit IJsselstein b.v.
  • Constructional Engineer

    Rabouw Kuyf bv.
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© Luuk Kramer
© Luuk Kramer
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Text description provided by the architects. A contemporary addition between the original ribbon development. In the direct surroundings old farmhouses are alternated with houses from different periods that were built after the land consolidation.

© Luuk Kramer
© Luuk Kramer
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Section
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Since the various functions of contemporary houses are no longer in line with a characteristic farmhouse facade (wide front with residential function) this house has not been developed from this typology. We opted for the design of the roof shape to be positioned longitudinally along the house. This shape is derived from two monopitch roofs at which the lower point of articulation is elevated. In this way two domains are created on the upper floor, which gives the house a large degree of flexibility. Sleep – work combinations or parents’ – and children’s bedrooms can be combined in these two domains.

© Luuk Kramer
© Luuk Kramer

Large voids create the connection between the two floors. In this way the roof shape is experienced in various places on the ground floor. The roof is covered with natural slates. Sharp folding lines provide the transitions of the different roof planes. To be able to feel the mass of the house we opted for a concealed gutter as a transition from roof plane to house front. The facade is made of a blended grey stone.

© Luuk Kramer
© Luuk Kramer
Cite: "Villa Hogebiezen / EVA architecten" 10 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/789133/villa-hogebiezen-eva-architecten/> ISSN 0719-8884