Amsterdam's Rieteiland House Leaves Little Privacy for Its Inhabitants

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Mar 26, 2012 • References: & frameweb
Created by Hans van Heeswijk, Rieteiland House is the Dutch architects design for his "dream home." Cubic and linear, this glass-adorned abode leaves little to the imagination due to its open concept interior that is bathed with natural light.

With a rear that faces a beautiful lakeside setting, this minimalist design is simplistic in appearance but conceptually complex. Clad in a series of glazed aluminum panels, this home features an industrial facade that reveals little in comparison to its opposing side. The home is three storeys and features a slew of technological innovations that make it a home to remember. The Rieteiland House, located in Amsterdam, fuses a contemporary city aesthetic with a nature-infused backdrop. Stats for Glass Box Abodes Trending: Older & Average
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