Poplar Garden House by Haiko Meijer

The little house has a gabled roof, which is one of the two common types of roof shapes in De Tuinwijck; the other type is a pitched roof. The volume of the house has been shaped in such a way that it encloses its two outdoor areas. It is a garden house as well as a shed, though sculpturally resembling nothing less than a mini villa. The complete house has been constructed using modified poplar wood, of just one timber size.” –  Onix | Architects, urban planners and designers

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