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V36 House

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Pasel.Hünzel Architects designed on a former industrial site close to the historical heart of the renowned university of Leiden a series of eleven town houses.

The residence comprises two separate dwellings for mother and son, including two spacious and hidden patios. The dark pre-patinated zinc facade with its subtle disposition of seams gives the building a calm but yet spectacular appearance.

Looking from the outside, the house appears rather compact and closed – a fortress in the urban tissue. Only by entering the estate through the heavy wooden gate, one gets into an utterly different inner world – an oasis of tranquillity, a living space that is generous and open, where inside and outside merge into each other.

Photos by Marcel van der Burg

Via ArchDaily

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