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JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

Architecture JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van LeeuwenThis private house was built for a Dutch family. It’s distinctive shape both stands out and suits well in this area of Meppel with rather traditional and conventional architecture.

The shape was conceived by making some subtle alterations to the basic shape of the house: the introduction of a kink in one of the facades which extends directly to a sloping ridge resulted in a dynamic and seemingly complex shape.

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

© Ossip Architectuurfotografie

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

© Ossip Architectuurfotografie

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

© Ossip Architectuurfotografie

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

© Ossip Architectuurfotografie

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

© Ossip Architectuurfotografie

JagerJanssen architects BNA | House Van Leeuwen

© Ossip Architectuurfotografie

Location: The Netherlands
Architect:  JagerJanssen architects BNA
Team: Alex Jager, Rogier Janssen, Cisca de Jong
Client: Jaap en Judith
Gross area: 221 m2 building
Finished: october 2012
Project name: House Van Leeuwen
Photos: JagerJanssen architects BNA, Ossip Architectuurfotografie 
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