Curated by María Francisca González
BOATHOUSE, HOUSES • HAARLEM, THE NETHERLANDS
Architects : vanOmmeren-architecten
Area : 220 m²
Year : 2019
Photographs : Eva Bloem
Manufacturers : AutoDesk, RHEINZINK, Reynaers Aluminium, ABC arkenbouw, Feri Masi
Design Team : Joeri van Ommeren, Bob Spitz, Dion Nupoort
Clients : Mante family
Engineering : ABC Arkenbouw
City : Haarlem
Country : The Netherlands
Textual content description supplied by the architects. Observe the solar from daybreak until nightfall. This power impartial houseboat gives panoramic views throughout the Spaarne river and the close by meadows. The zinc façade is alternated with aluminium, glass, metal and wooden.
The design foresees within the distinctive want record of our shopper; a listing of ambitions that has made this floating villa a tailored go well with to their most well-liked way of life.
The shopper needed their house to supply extra power than it consumes. That is achieved by accumulating photo voltaic power utilizing PV-panels on the roof, mixed with a warmth pump within the concrete hull that collects power from the distinction in water/indoor temperature: an countless pure stream of power.
Moreover, the goal was to ascertain totally different relationships with dwelling close to the water: waking up with your personal non-public meadow view, studying within the sitting window, consuming on the water degree kitchen with 3.5 meter excessive ceilings or enjoyable on the terrace.