Villa Peet in Lelystad: sensation white architecture

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White house

Recently completed, Villa Peet is described as an experience in contrasts. These contrasts create a sensation of entering into new worlds through a series of “rabbit holes”. The lack of doors inside gives the ground floor a sensation of continuity in order to keep the spaces clearly defined.

If you look around carefully, Lelystad, capital of the province of Flevoland, is one big garden of architectural experiments. As a big polder established as recently as 1967 (the last Dutch province), it has room galore to let architects, like these cute bunnies, roam free.

(Link and photo: plataformaarquitectura.cl)

1 Comment »

  1. the bunnies are cute indeed. As for the rest, well, let´s say I´ll take a look first (or won´t)

    Comment by Márcia W. — August 20, 2008 @ 4:31 pm

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