Within a limited area of 538 square feet, the architects have packed in a large amount of functionality. By entering into the large open salon, people are invited to take in the spacious architecture of the coach house. A free standing middle section houses a kitchen downstairs and bedroom, bathroom, and office upstairs. It also serves to divide the space, leaving a back section that connects into the free standing middle. The back wall also features a panoramic window that was cut out to allow natural light to flood the space.
Every element of the design was carefully chosen, with Wagemans also creating a furniture piece for the coach house as part of his Confused Furniture series. Painter Jans Muskee and sculptors Handmade Industrials provided artwork to compliment the interiors, and an upcycled rug by Atelier Remy&Veenhuizen carries the spirit of reuse throughout the project.
All images via Christel Derksen & Rolf Bruggink.