Wednesday, 20 August 2008

House IJburg by Marc Koehler Architects

The house is located on a small plot in IJburg; a suburb of Amsterdam. Designed as a vertical garden giving space to flora and fauna to grow in a densely urbanised area. Closed private spaces contrast with open collective spaces, that seem to have been ‘carved out’ from the solid volume as a continuous transparent void. In this way the interior space is visually and physically connected to the street, the garden and roof terraces.


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bop said...

seeing this building I remember CCTV in Beijing. Wonder why..



Anonymous said...

Fantastic building, pretty bad Ass! Thanks for the post.

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