Dutch architecture firm JMW reveals an apartment building with an airy metal facade in the Netherlands.

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Located in a wooded the area, the facade camouflages the building into its surroundings. Photo  of Kerckebosch modern homeView Photos

Located in a wooded the area, the facade camouflages the building into its surroundings.

Manufactured by Remota, the bronze anodized aluminum facade curves around the building. Photo 2 of Kerckebosch modern homeView Photos

Manufactured by Remota, the bronze anodized aluminum facade curves around the building.

The plating of the facade imitates tree bark. Photo 3 of Kerckebosch modern homeView Photos

The plating of the facade imitates tree bark.

The semi-transparent metal provides privacy while enjoying time on the balconies and allows the right amount of light to brighten up the space. Photo 4 of Kerckebosch modern homeView Photos

The semi-transparent metal provides privacy while enjoying time on the balconies and allows the right amount of light to brighten up the space.

The firm achieved a floating effect of the upper floors by treating the ground floor with a glass facade. Photo 5 of Kerckebosch modern homeView Photos

The firm achieved a floating effect of the upper floors by treating the ground floor with a glass facade.

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Architect
  • JMW
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Structure
  • Apartment
  • Year
  • 2015