Villa Rieteiland-Oost by Egeon Architecten

Category: Houses Published on 07 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , , , , ,

Dutch studio Egeon Architecten designed the ‘Villa Rieteiland-oost‘, a spacious detached house on the commuting Rieteiland East, IJburg, in Amsterdam. A clear almost mathematically devised private house carried out in wood and glass. Controlled elaboration, consequently carried out in interior and exterieur.

To the traditional arrangement of living on the ground floor and sleeping on the upper floors a floor is added for working from home. The ground floor has a glass facade with large sliding doors on the garden side, so that the residents can benefit most from the view. The bedroom floor is more open to the inside, the outside more closed. The floor with the office an consultation room has views all-around (Open / closed / open).

The timber frame house is built from fair and sustainable materials, has a heat pump and low temperature underfloor heating, natural ventilation, high insulation values of roof walls and floor, special heat-resistant glass, a sedum roof, attention to thermal bridging details and orientation. As a result, low level energy consumption realized.

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