Designed in 2014 by Joris Verhoeven Architectuur, this modern brick residence is positioned close to Tilburg, Netherlands.
Description by Joris Verhoeven Architectuur
Home Riel Property accomplished in 2014 is situated in a brand new residential improvement within the small village Riel close to the city Tilburg. The property conforms with its archetypal important construction and materialization with the agricultural character of the village and the encircling countryside; a important constructing with a gable roof, rural hand-molded bricks and heavy oak doorways.
Within the province of Brabant, the place the dwelling is located, it’s customary to enter by way of the again door. By seperating kitchen and lounge from one another, a separation can also be made between the formal entrance and the casual again door. Additionally come up a day and night terrace.
The staircase is situated within the intermediate zone between kitchen and lounge. It rises up alongside the light slope of the roof and ensures a transparent connection between the bottom flooring and upstairs. The presence of this stairs is additional emphasised by the skylight above it folding over the roof which ensures mild gliding down the steps.
An uneven sculptural play of mass and openness is created by tilting the roof and in addition with the masonry giving the impression of heavy stable partitions. The minimalist detailing of the home reinforces this and offers a strong readability.
Riel Property winks along with her outspoken styling to the pavilions within the German Insel Hombroich the place the home is impressed by.
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