Creative architects have created a seemingly old and traditional farm house in the middle of modern civilization, but it is not what it appears.
Dutch architects MVRDV created this building to mimic an old-style farm house and have done so with glass. It is a tribute created to honor the damage incurred by the Second World War. It took many campaigns and proposals and now the building is finally actualized.
The building process was achieved by the creative achitects MVRDV and artist Frank van der Salm gathering photography from vintage farmhouses. The architects then added the imagery to the glass to create the impressive illusion.
Now with the help of this modern, but traditional farm house, the townspeople will never forget their heritage.
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By: Kyle Towers - Published: Feb 6, 2013 • References: dezeen