Modern Modular Homes in the Netherlands
wisfer – Suitable for use by a small family, or single, this house is located in the Netherlands. This is a modern house with a type of medium which was officially completed in November 2011. Focus on sustainable design concepts of modularity and flexibility to the design of this house was designed by architect Denieuwegeneratie. Professionally managed by Sanne Oomen, Oscar Thomas Vos & Dieben, the company has been established since 2008.
Popularized also by Homedit, the house is built on an area of 709 square meters. Designed to be balanced with the existing ecosystem, this house is made from environmentally friendly materials, like glass, wood and aluminum. These are the materials commonly used in most modern modular homes.
Based Homedit, this is a house that has a sustainable design that is equipped with a large terrace. Smooth and seamless appearance presented by the composition of gleaming wood and the exterior of transparent glass on the front wall of the house. Temporal tightly fitted interior and presented with a good functional structure.
Although not large in size and is located in a remote hilly areas. This home has several advantages. This is a modern home with privacy level class, equipped with good thermal insulation, and camouflage is really invisible.
This house has also been equipped with several rooms that can support the activities of its users. Here you will find a living room with spectacular views of the outside, bedrooms, bathrooms, and storage space. Interestingly here you will find the shelves are made from the framework of Jaguar cars. Bookshelves are located between the connecting stairs to the second floor.