joris verhoeven architecture builds house riel estate in the netherlands joris verhoeven architecture builds house riel estate in the netherlands
aug 28, 2015

joris verhoeven architecture builds house riel estate in the netherlands

joris verhoeven architecture builds house riel estate in the netherlands
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‘house riel estate’ by dutch firm joris verhoeven architecture is located in a recent residential development near the town of tilburg. the structure is a relatively simple brick form, designed to fit within the archetypal styles an materials of the rural village and surrounding countryside. it is composed of a single main building, with a gabled roof, hand-molded brick, and heavy oak doors.

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path to informal back entrance 

 

 

 

in brabant, the dwelling’s provincial home, it is customary for residents to enter through the back door. inside, a separation splits the kitchen and living room; a similar partition is again mirrored between the formal (front) and informal (rear) entrances. the house itself rises gently, as does the roof, and ensures a clear relationship between the first and second floors.


back patio 

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side terrace


exterior close-up 


view from the study

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carport

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living room 

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stairwell


interior detail 


façade details  

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back terrace

 

 

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