Centrally located in The Netherlands lies this private residence, comprising two wooden bungalows. A former studio house designed by the Dutch artist Willem G. Van der Hulst, known as a painter and sculptor. Build in 1964 for himself as a residence to be inspired by the calming rural landscape.
Studio Asker has been approached to transform the bungalows into a comforting home with a contemporary Scandinavian cabin-ambience.
Making the interior an effortlessly soft transition with the outdoor architecture and its surroundings. Everything adds up, it’s all connected and the same proportions and materials are repeated throughout, creating a consistent atmosphere.
Photos by Flare Department.