Former museum in Rotterdam is transformed into a luxury energy-saving villa
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While the building’s original framework was largely kept intact, the architects completely restructured the floor plans and expanded the footprint of the villa. The roof and the north facade were modified to include outdoor terraces and ample glazing on all three levels to improve the incidence of natural light. Thanks to the expanded footprint and increased access to daylight, the adaptive reuse building looks and feels more spacious. The ground floor comprises the kitchen and two sitting areas...