Slim Fit has been published in the “Dutch Architecture’s year book 2017-18”: “A new dawn”.
Find here link: https://www.npo.nl/kunstuur/01-10-2017/AT_2084749
Design of a loft with a special view.
The complex with two office-buildings was originally designed by architect Oud in the 60’s.
The former Shell office is transformed into luxury and sustainable apartements by architecture-office Cepezed.
The villa-design for architects Aleksandra and Mateusz Chachaj and their two dochters has been presented.
The free standing villa must resemble the profile of the 30’s villa previously demolished in the plot.
Characteristic elements of the old villa, like bay-windows, must be brought back into the new design.
Op 15 februari presenteerde wethouder Tjeerd Herrema van Almere de deelnemers die de volgende stap gaan nemen in het realiseren van hun Tiny House op locatie. De BouwEXPO Tiny Housing deelnemers startten dit voorjaar – ieder in eigen tempo – met de bouw (of plaatsing) van hun Tiny House. De publieksmanifestatie die aan de BouwEXPO is gekoppeld staat gepland in het najaar van 2017. De bouwplannen zijn te vinden op: http://www.bouwexpo-tinyhousing.nl/bouw-expo/de-deelnemers/
Lees hierbij het persbericht Almere bouwt een Tiny buurtje
Alderman Tjeerd Herrema from Almere, presented to the press the architects who are working on the realisation of the Tiny-housing Expo. The projects can been seen on: http://www.bouwexpo-tinyhousing.nl/bouw-expo/de-deelnemers/
Foto’s: Feenstra Fotografie
Tiny-house Slim-Fit has since December its first client: Elements Interactive Holding b.v., situated in Almere poort, is a multinational company which builds applications for web and mobile. Slim-Fit will be their first Dutch home for foreign collaborators. The definitive design has been recently presented. We are currently working on the preparations for the application for the building-permit.
Since January the Slim-Fit team is made complete with the collaboration of Tom Grootscholten (Lineair Bowmanagement) and Fevzi Atçeken (Atko).
The location of the future house of architects Aleksandra and Mateusz Chachaj is a big green plot located in a quiet villa-neighbourhood on the south of Wroclaw.
The new villa must bring back the volume of the previous house which had to be demolished.
The city of Wroclaw is keen to preserving the traditional urban and architectonic characteristics of this area dating from the thirties.