Penthouse disguised as a shed

When the clients obtained a plot on a former goat farm, they

dreamed of having a penthouse on the ground floor looking

over the rural area with grasslands and old fruit trees. 

Covered by a shed-like asymmetric roof, referring to the typical

local agricultural building, the Villa for JB turned out to have

strong sight lines and a flowing floor plan. Both emphasized by

the beautiful landscape which it is in and reaching out to. 

Location: Breukelen, NL

Client: Private

Structural Engineer: NAP Ingenieurs

Contractor: Bon Bouw

Contractor interior: Personate Home & Design

Contractor fixed furniture: Sander Zwart Interieur

Landscape design and execution: Wisse Tuinen

Pictures marked • are shot by MWA Hart Nibbrig