The ground floor of this house is almost completely surrounded by windows

Architecture firm Powerhouse Company, have designed this dark brick and glass contemporary home for a family with two children in the Netherlands.

Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode

 

Architecture and interior design firm Powerhouse Company, have designed this home for a family with two children in the eastern Dutch city of Enschede, close to the German border.

The two-floor home has an exterior of dark bricks, which is broken up by the use of large windows.

 

This two-storey home has an exterior of dark bricks, which is broken up by the use of large windows and a wide cantilevered first floor slab.

Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode

At the rear of the home, the large sliding glass doors and windows expose the interior of the home, allowing for natural light to flood the spaces.


At the rear of this home, the large sliding glass doors and windows expose the interior of the home, allowing for natural light to flood the spaces.

Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode

The glass wraps around the sides of the home, allowing for views of the garden and street.


The glass wraps around the sides of this modern brick home, allowing for views of the garden and street.

Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode

Inside, light ceilings and floors reflect the light, and a wall of wooden cabinetry provides storage for the combined kitchen and dining room.


Inside this modern home, light ceilings and floors reflect the light, and a wall of wooden cabinetry provides storage for the combined kitchen and dining room.

Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode

In the living room, the large glass doors slide open to create an indoor/outdoor living space.


In this living room, the large glass doors slide open to create indoor/outdoor living spaces.

Photography by Ossip van Duivenbode

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