The bungalow has a long global history and many manifestations, so it's refreshing to see it redefined once again in the Villa Geldrop by Hofman Dujardin Architects. This delightful dwelling can be found in the Netherlands and resembles its predecessors in numerous ways, but stands out thanks to a number of contemporary characteristics.
Encased in expansive curtain wall glass windowing, the Villa Geldrop by Hofman Dujardin becomes a bit of a fishbowl abode. A rectangular window punching out from the pitched roof reveals a design willing to build on the framework of the past.
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