Redesigned in 2015 by JUMA Architects, this Dutch bungalow originally built in the 1970’s return to a contemporary villa with a pleasant holiday feeling. JUMA successfully created this bright space full of natural light and views with a new glazed large windows.
Called the Project K, JUMA created the perfect place to house the kitchen. The kitchen are bright features light wood, minimal hardware, the sculptural lamp was hung above the central kitchen island, this minimalist kitchen have a large glass wall of black-framed windows and doors that open up to the garden.
“A new large window section bathes the kitchen in hues of green. The dining room and the lounge with its cosy fireplace were also fitted with large glazed areas to allow plenty of natural light and take full advantage of the view on the new pool.” said the studio.
“An L-shaped volume containing a covered terrace and the master bedroom was built around the sky-blue swimming pool. Both the bedroom and the adjoining bathroom enjoy that direct view onto the pool that makes this house so special. One experiences a blissful holiday feeling throughout the entire house.”
“The colours and materials were kept light and sober and are accented with occasional black detailing in the window frames, door handles and light fittings. The whole exudes a sense of serenity, creating an atmosphere in which the residents can fully unwind.” explained the studio.