In the heart of ‘s-Hertogenbosch a former office and workshop was completely renovated and converted into a loft. Because the building is 20 meters deep and really only has light at the front and rear, access of daylight has been an important theme. The explicit wish of the client was to be able to enjoy the property as one large space. Various voids/vides were introduced that allow daylight to penetrate deep into the home. The voids provide glimpses between the various residential functions themselves. The functional elements such as bathroom, toilets, storage room and kitchen are grouped in one large timber volume that also connects the floors. From the bath you can look right through the void into the sky.

uploaded Loft 64 through Add A Home.
Add your own project for the chance to be featured in Editor’s Picks.
Photo  of Loft 64 modern home
Modern home with Staircase, Metal Railing, and Metal Tread. Photo 2 of Loft 64
Modern home with Living Room, Concrete Floor, Sofa, and Ceiling Lighting. Photo 3 of Loft 64
Photo 4 of Loft 64 modern home
Photo 5 of Loft 64 modern home
Photo 6 of Loft 64 modern home
Modern home with Bath Room, Freestanding Tub, and Travertine Floor. Photo 7 of Loft 64
Photo 8 of Loft 64 modern home
Photo 9 of Loft 64 modern home
Modern home with Windows and Wood. Photo 10 of Loft 64
Photo 11 of Loft 64 modern home
Photo 12 of Loft 64 modern home

Credits

Posted By
Architect
  • EVA architecten
  • Jeroen Makkink
Photographer
  • Sebastian van Damme
Bedrooms
  • 1
  • Year
  • 2015