Van Wijk BSSR House (2008-2010)
This modern home, built with Dutch architecture design which incorporate spatial drama, integrates familiarity with the landscape. The building has no features or ornaments which are not necessary for convenience, construction or propriety and even the smallest detail has a meaning or serve a purpose. This Dutch house has a garden with grassland prairies and mixed native hedges, very minimalist interior decorating - with all the walls painted white - and a selection of design furniture. The modern dining room is designed with large glass windows to capture the scenery outside. This simple and pure house, designed by Huib van Wijk - Dutch architect, is situated in the Maastricht Region, Netherlands.
Original title of work: BSSR-House "MINIMUM TO THE MAX"
Location: Park Hoogveld, Parkstad Heerlen, Maastricht Region, the Netherlands
Design period: 2008 - 2009
Construction period: 2009 - 2010
Architect: Huib van Wijk, Hoensbroek
Client: BSSR family, Parkstad Heerlen
Construction: Louis Cordewener, Landgraaf
Contractor: Veltstra's Bouwbedrijf, Vaesrade
Site area: 1000 mq
Total floor area: 450 mq
In designing BSSR House particular attention was devoted to assuring that the individual elements did not distract from the original intention of living, sleeping and working...