Converted from a workshop in the Netherlands, the Loft Sixty-Four uses a series of voids to give the narrow dwelling a spacious quality. Openings in the walls and floors allow occupants to flow freely throughout the interior, creating the sense one large room. The roof of the 65-foot building has been opened up to allow sunlight in, while a series of gaps in the second story illuminate the ground floor. The kitchen, bedroom, and bathrooms are all housed in a two-story timber structure at the center of the home, keeping intimate spaces private and obstacles to a minimum.
Photos: Sebastian van Damme / EVA