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If ever there was a home that had a staircase inside that you simply wouldn’t have anticipated, it might be this one. Referred to as Home N and designed by Maxwan, and situated in The Netherlands, the house is a was initially the vacation residence of a concrete manufacturing unit proprietor when it was constructed again in 1938.
The unique construction was in want of restore, having been battered by seaside air and winds over the many years. After repairs, the house was a bit of small for its new inhabitants, so extensions have been added to the unique construction, taking in thoughts to maintain it intact and respect the character.
A brand new front room was added that prolonged out into the again backyard with three partitions of glass, creating a brand new mild-crammed area that gives views out towards the ocean.
Reverse that may be a new minimalist kitchen with extra glass partitions.
Nevertheless, the actual standout on this home is the staircase. A bespoke, spiraling laser-reduce lattice sample winds up towards the sky, harking back to breaking waves:
Pictures by Filip Dujardin.