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Living Pavilion

A light frame encloses the interiors of a residential unit while connecting it to its surround in this extension to an existing housing block as designed by Dutch firm Geen Punt Architecten.

By: Geen Punt Architecten BNA

Architecture-Page | Living Pavilion by Geen Punt Architecten BNA
View of the extension to the house.

Project Details

  • Project Name: Living Pavilion
  • Client: Fam. Punt
  • Project Type: Luxury housing
  • Principal Designer: Joost van Veen
  • Design Team: Geen Punt Architecten BNA
  • Date of commencement of project: January 2005
  • Date of completion of project: August 2006
  • Location of site: Bergschenhoek, Netherlands
  • Cost of Construction: 100,000 Euros

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