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A Modern Take on the Pitched-Roof
A family’s house outside the hustle of Amsterdam makes the most of local materials and forms.
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The newly built house, just feet from the water’s edge, occupies the space where a decaying farmhouse once stood.
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By enclosing a small deck, the couple was able to expand and remodel the kitchen.
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Windows in the roof monitor let in natural light and ventilation.
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