Brick House Design in Netherlands - asymmetrical, with two faces

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Located at the Netherlands Germany border in Overijssel, this brick house design by architect Cino Zucchi is two-faced – but in a good way. This modern home’s front facade boasts dark gray-brown bricks, while the rear facade is clad in aluminum siding. The architect’s affection for asymmetry is apparent in this unusual modern design, which balances various cube-shaped volumes unevenly, and quite beautifully. The ground floor houses functional and social spaces – the kitchen, dining room, living spaces, a television room and a study. A set of clean-lined stairs leads up the tower, which boasts an interior height of 3.7 meters. Cino Zucchi Architetti
via Digs Digs

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Posted on May 10, 2009 1:21 PM

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