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From the outside, the house appears as a composition of cubic volumes that barely hints at its reused nature. Expanses of glass, skylights, terraces, and balconies all strengthen the relationship between inside and outside and make the interior uniformly light. - Photo by: Mark Seelen
The kitchen frames a natural division between the public and private spaces of the house. The couple’s private dining area features a round wooden table by Frank Bolink, and white chairs that are from Hema, a low-cost Dutch retailer. - Photo by:Mark Seelen