Grosfeld Van Der Velde Architects Present the Oosterhout House

 - Dec 19, 2009   Updated: Aug 17 2011
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Netherland's cities always have the greatest names. This architectural creation is located in Oosterhout, which sounds like some kind of party going fowl. Grosfeld Van der Velde Architects designed the Oosterhout House, and apparently had a prison in mind.

While the exterior design isn't really something to 'hout' about, the modernism is marvelous. The stacked-block design allows open spaces and lots of light. The Oosterhout House may be something to crow about after all.

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