The double-height living area features unfinished plywood cladding.
Lofthouse I by Marc Koehler Architects
Lofthouse I is a minimal home located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, designed by Marc Koehler Architects.
The other structure, lined in plywood, recalls the simplicity of New Zealand’s traditional bachs, or seaside cabins.
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