A well-thought-out design for the construction of a vacant lot house, with an eye for modern dynamics. SKA15 forms a strong and complete concept that makes optimal use of architectural freedom in the construction of a vacant lot.
It has been designed with the needs of modern families in mind, with more and more people working from home. The house should be able to facilitate both family and work, but at the same time keep them separate.
Larger houses that can accommodate both family life and work are therefore becoming increasingly attractive to young families.
With a daring but subtle facade design that stands out on the street, this free-lot design has a striking appearance and is more than adequate as a calling card for the concept of free-building.
On the ground floor there is space for an office or a studio, easily accessible for appointments but completely separated from the living space. The house offers space for 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Despite the many rooms, the house forms a beautiful whole, of which the loft is a good example. That connects the kitchen with the upper living room.
SKA15 was designed in collaboration with Nugter Architecture.