Old barn into an attractive residence
To a new life an old building, renovated and restored, is no easy task. It is certainly more sophisticated than designing brand new residences and houses. Lying in the beautiful Dutch city of Geldermalsen House G is a great example of a remodeling, the ingenious and stylish looks. This structure was originally an old, dark barn. Today we present their conversion by Macwan architects + urbanists in a modern, airy, charming residence.
At the highest level
Large living area and soft carpet
The previous owners have already vertically extends it by they built two new floors, what is actually a little bit the whole design has improved. One of the biggest challenges in the renovation was to flood more daylight into the room and remove the dark corners. A long slit is in the attic, and roof Windows are added to this target. The higher floors of the House provide an open, inviting appearance.
The lower level of the House G shows more private areas with a stylish living room, ergonomic, modern kitchen and a large dining room. A kitchen island on wheels also serves as a storage unit and the wide library makes a nice background for the wooden staircase, to the highest level leads.
Through a balanced combination of rustic and modern details, House provides a superb haven G. The elegant transformation connects the House out there with the beautiful, natural landscape and offers a cosy ambience to.
Built-in fireplace with tiles verkleidet-cosy reading corner
Red Dining chairs seem strikingly
Suspended ceiling made of wood
Minimalist floating staircase
Wooden beams for a rustic look
The staircase leads to the attic
the dark corners in the House were removed
Design of the two levels