House Van Leeuwen by Jagerjanssen Architects BNA
by Ted Savage / February 12, 2013
The appearance of geometric complexity makes House Van Leeuwen by Jagerjanssen Architects BNA a standout family home in Meppel, Netherlands.


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Subtle alterations to a basic shape that conforms to the more conventional houses in the neighbourhood creates a balance of distinctiveness and harmony. Inside, spacious rooms with strategic skylights that let the daylight flood in. Via ArchDaily. Photos: courtesy of Ossip Architectuurfotografie.

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