Interior Design of Sieben Residence in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects


The Sieben Residence in Roosendaal Netherlands was completed by Oomen Architects. The house with carport, garage and garden shed is designed as a whole. The idea is based on the concept, a continuous mass which incisions are made. From this concept is inappropriate to make roof overhangs. Daylight admission is central to the whole design. What are transitions between inside and outside the windows deep back in the facade, so the light accompanies the transition. At the front spot from the living room is done deliberately to direct confrontation with the landscape to strengthen. The house seeks a synthesis between interior and exterior after, above that standard, so a direct relationship with the panoramic view created. The levels vary in the house provide a subtle play around the central staircase with relatively minor level differences. The master bedroom is adjacent to a reduction in the outdoor terrace so that the split level is made visible. For more Information and inspiration please take a look for this Sieben Residence interior design picture below which was taken by photographer Filip Dujardin.

Sieben Residence Living Room Design
Sieben Residence Living Room Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

Sieben Residence Fireplaces Design
Sieben Residence Fireplaces Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

Sieben Residence Kitchen Design
Sieben Residence Kitchen Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

Sieben Residence Dining Room Design
Sieben Residence Dining Room Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

Sieben Residence Bathroom Design
Sieben Residence Bathroom Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

Sieben Residence Bathroom Vanity Design
Sieben Residence Bathroom Vanity Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

Sieben Residence Staircase Design
Sieben Residence Staircase Design in Roosendaal Netherlands by Oomen Architects

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