Casa IJburg, outlined in 2011, in Amsterdam by Marc Prosman Architecten studio is sort of peculiar for a household residence. To begin with, it was constructed on one of many six synthetic man-made islands that compose the IJburg district. This rectangular villa is designed respecting some “uniformity of volumes” island rules. The glass facade is framed with vertical timber cladding and as one other distinctive parts, the geometric formed recesses outline the porch and the balcony. The shopper’s request was to realize an exquisite breezy dwelling area that compliments the environment.
The entrance entrance is marked via a concrete body. As you step inside, you discover the kitchen on the left and the lounge on the suitable. The front room is oriented in the direction of the water, providing fantastic enjoyable views whereas the kitchen is full of pure mild. The complete home is characterised by transparence, however someway that doesn’t have an effect on the shopper’s privateness. The timber cladding “hides” precisely the personal areas, the bedrooms, situated on the higher flooring. Neat and easy, the IJBurg villa is an excellent residence for many who search to disconnect from a busy way of life. Photo courtesy of Milad Pallesh.