Designed by: Bas Vogelpoel Architecten
Lange Bellingstraat is a substitute development in Hulst the place the unique concrete facade stays.
As you enter the home, a slender entry hallway with a no-stringer staircase greets you. It results in an open dwelling house the place the good room, kitchen, and eating space move seamlessly with one another.
A way of house is obvious with its white and light-weight grey partitions, matching flooring, and big home windows. Glossy, black cupboards outline the kitchen and a counter separates it from the eating space.
The bed room is bathed in pure mild that includes a wall of a floor-to-ceiling window that provides spectacular views of the yard and the indifferent studio. It contains built-in cupboards and a pleasant pocket door that doubles as a mirror.