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Fabric Facade Studio House by Rob Veening

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:06 AM
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by tiffy last modified Jun 08, 2011

Out of a goal by Alderman Adri Duivesteijn from the Homerus part of Almere, the Fabric Facade Studio  house was built on the “Herenhuis” plots from the 350 plots used for construction. Don’t mind the swiss cheese look of its durable, non-combustible, residual material called PTFE (Teflon); this house ceases to amaze. The high ceiling …  Read More »




 

 

Out of a goal by Alderman Adri Duivesteijn from the Homerus part of Almere, the Fabric Facade Studio  house was built on the “Herenhuis” plots from the 350 plots used for construction. Don’t mind the swiss cheese look of its durable, non-combustible, residual material called PTFE (Teflon); this house ceases to amaze. The high ceiling  of 3.5 m of the plot allowed suitability for work and residential gatherings.
Designed by Rob Veening, the house maintains it’s sustainability by having a lower energy requirement than needed by law. It also has many elements that makes it feasible for “Green” financing. The tight partnership with the client and designers created a good opportunity to make this house what it is.


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