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House 1 / Namelok

The first house designed by Namelok is inspired by liberal theories of mid-century architects like Lina Bo Bardi and Aldo van Eyck. The design of House 1 serves as a perfect base for a young and modern family where three design principles are at the base: the kitchen as the beating heart, openness through horizontal and vertical connections and visible constructions versus tangible textures.

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Architects: Namelok

Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Lead Architects : Wiegert Ambagts, Kaj van Boheemen

Execution: Damsteegt

Construction Management: IBZ

Area: 230.0 m2

Project Year: 2018

Photographs: Christian van der Kooy
© Christian van der Kooy

Text description provided by the architects. The first house designed by Namelok is inspired by liberal theories of mid-century architects like Lina Bo Bardi and Aldo van Eyck. The design of House 1 serves as a perfect base for a young and modern family where three design principles are at the base: the kitchen as the beating heart, openness through horizontal and vertical connections and visible constructions versus tangible textures.

© Christian van der Kooy

The house is situated at a new building site at the edge of Rotterdam, where it overlooks a typical Dutch polder landscape and where the skyline of the city centre is visible at the horizon. The landscape and beautiful view can be seen from t...
Source: Archdaily
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