This 20th century monumental long farmhouse has been converted into a modern farmhouse.
Hereby the authentic elements are respected and where necessary restored.
The large living kitchen and living room is now located in the part, with the steel staircase and vide with balustrade as a striking element. The balustrade motif is inspired by the veins of a leaf. The large frames with the oak floor parts on top, in combination with the tightly finished walls and floors, give the room a timeless character.
The floor plan of the front house has been largely preserved, whereby the various spaces are accessed from a central central corridor. The striking black paneling and stairs give the entrance a distinguished appearance
For optimum contact and longer lines of sight, connections have been made between the various spaces. The central middle corridor layout has been copied to the floor where now five spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, a playroom and a laundry room are situated. The middle corridor on the floor is in contact with the kitchen diner on the ground floor through two voids.
Partly thanks to the input of the residents, a special project has been realized.