The Loosdrecht Island House by 2by4-Architects is Sleek and Streamlined

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Apr 19, 2012 • References: & frameweb
Loosdrecht Island House by 2by4-architects features an angular roof that can be seen from miles away. The simplistic abode features a minimalist and modern design that is subtle, yet striking. Located on the small island of Loosdrecht Lake, Netherlands, this home is clad in glass, embracing its surrounding natural environment and allowing for natural light to enter its bright interior.

From its transparent facade to its picturesque and pointed roof top, this open-concept home features concealed interior fittings that include streamlined bathroom and kitchen fixtures. The perfect hideaway, this dynamic cottage is a designer's dream. The Loosdrecht Island House by 2by4-architects is surrounded by the beauty of nature, fitting into a snowy setting with its contemporary and design-conscious concept. Stats for Church-Resembling Abodes Trending: Older & Chilly
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