Villa Peet by Studio Klink

published in: Interiors By Costas Voyatzis, 22 July 2008

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© Lars van den Brink, photographer

Title: Villa Peet
Location: Marquette 25, Lelystad, The Netherlands
Type: Single family house
Concept: Alice in Wonderland
Clients: Michel and Riekje Peet (private clients)
Floor area: 220 square meters
Design: 2006-2007
Built: 2007-2008

© Lars van den Brink, photographer

© Lars van den Brink, photographer

Villa Peet was designed as a sequence of contrasting spatial experiences. These contrasts create a feeling of entering new worlds behind a series of rabbit holes. The absence of traditional interior doors gives the ground floor a sence of continuity, although the different space are well defined.
    The sequence on the ground floor is as follows:

  • The entrance hall: high. A glimpse of the stairs and a small balcony give a hint of the world above.
  • Central axis: long. After turning the corner in the hallway one looks through the whole house straight into the garden.
  • The kitchen/dining: wide and high. A brigde runs through the room and divides the spaces for cooking and eating.
  • The living room: panoramic and intimately low. The garden seems to surround the house from and open but intimate space.

    On the upper floor the guest rooms are divided from the private bedrooms by the voids in the kitchen.
   Seen from the street the house seems to be a very closed volume without windows and just one corner with glass and a door. Despite this first impression the house is very light and transparant and gives views to the garden from everywhere in the house. The rooms are orientated to the sides and the back because of the clients wish for privacy.
   The plans are organised in a way that the further from the street they are more private they become.

About Studio Klink

Studio Klink is is a young architectural studio based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, founded by architect Jasper Klinkhamer (as JKAV ) in 2005.

Studio Klink  works on a great variety of projects like houses, offices, public buildings and art projects.
Among its clients are project developers, local governments, cultural institutions and private clients.

Studio Klink is a founding partner of Urban Alliance which won the price for most innovative new company of Amsterdam and Northern Holland 2007 for it's projects in which architecture and new media are united in interactive media objects.

© Lars van den Brink, photographer

© Lars van den Brink, photographer

© Lars van den Brink, photographer

© Lars van den Brink, photographer

© Thomas Anneson, photographer

© Thomas Anneson, photographer

© Studio Klink

 

sources:

Studio Klink

Many Thanks to architect Jasper Klinkhamer for the project informations and for giving yatzer the permission to share "Villa Peet" with the internet design addicts for the first time!

  • friend
    Matthijs ten Berge | 2008-07-23 14:49:42

    Great project!

  • friend
    Thali | 2008-07-23 19:07:07

    Dear Jasper, I'm curiaus to see it in real life. The white rabbits are nice too. I'm praud on you.

  • friend
    Peter Gerbell | 2008-07-23 20:23:49

    Why MocoLoco and David report don't unveil yatzer as the source of this awesome project?

  • friend
    yatzer | 2008-07-23 20:25:30

    Dear Peter, I'm Afraid I cannot answer your question!

  • friend
    Harry | 2008-07-23 21:22:30

    Peter, yatzer, to answer your question, Studio Klink sent MoCo Loco the images with no mention of where it had been published before.

  • friend
    yatzer | 2008-07-23 21:30:20

    No worries Harry! designistoshare!! Thank you for your answer CV

  • friend
    dailydesignspot | 2008-07-23 23:05:04

    fun project... would love to see it lived in! im here from mocoloco and glad 'anon' put up the link... wonderful site!! and yatzer... i could not agree with you more.. designis(fun)toshare!! take care

  • friend
    Chad | 2008-07-24 01:43:21

    whats the material used for the flooring? Thanks.

  • friend
    David | 2008-07-24 12:30:19

    Yatzer - I saw your recent comment on my post on the same building by Studio Klink. The pictures and text about the project were mailed to us form Studio Klink. I did not know that you had published it. Sorry - you know I like Yatzer!

  • friend
    patrick | 2008-07-29 04:35:30

    ditto Chad's question: What material was used for the floor. Beautiful House

  • friend
    claudia | 2008-07-30 21:57:38

    luv the use of the bunnies!

  • friend
    Aly | 2008-09-28 02:49:43

    Beautiful...

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