Hidden in the forest in Hengelo, Netherlands, Bloot Architecture has added a sculptural, compact and sustainable rooftop extension on the top of an existing 1950s holiday house.
The extension is situated within the the original structure and feels like a secluded tree house, almost entirely constructed out of timber, with flax insulation and all facades and roofing will be covered with untreated Larch cladding.
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The new addition offers space for two bedrooms and a landing with a wash table, which provides access towards the existing roof. The exterior and interior are tailor fit designed for the functions and usage, the beds and storage space are built-in so no further furniture will be needed.
Photography by Jeroen Musch
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