Jan
17

overtreders w: sliced stable

Autor // jessica zannoriPosted in // Architecture


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The Dutch study overtreders w (Bakker and Reinder van Dijk Hester) has designed a temporary
hospitality room in an old farm

is in the process of being transformed into a forest, Heeswijk-dinther, Netherlands. ' Sliced ' stable, true to its name, is the symbol of a barn, with two of its four sides left open to the surrounding environment. Features a bar and a reading area, the project has been realized. "the woods that see and hear", a group exhibition that aims to respond to our relationship with the Earth.

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Via: designboom

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