Dutch architects turn a 19th century coach house into a gorgeous residence and home office
Average Rating: ( 0 votes)
This nineteenth-century coach house now functions as a modern residence and home office. Dutch architecture firm Studio Rolf carried out this transformation by reclaiming all the materials from an adjacent demolished office building. House of Rolf embodies the architects' interest in the reuse and recycling, embodied in their previous renovation project dubbed The Black Pearl. The original structure was originally built in 1895 as a coach house for an aristocrat living on the property located...