Het Kulkje Vlieland / Borren Staalenhoef Architecten BV bna
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© Pieter Kers
Architects: Borren Staalenhoef Architecten BV bna
Location: Oost-Vlieland, The Netherlands
Architect In Charge: Jacob Borren André Staalenhoef
Area: 240.0 m2
Project Year: 2017
Photographs: Pieter Kers
Abt : Lüning
© Pieter Kers
Text description provided by the architects. In the rolling dune landscape on the north side of Vlieland there is a rich collection of summer houses built since the beginning of the 20th century. Most of the summer houses were built by private clients for their own use. An arbitrary order in which there was room for choice. In dunes and dunes, the...
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