Industrial water tower in the Netherlands has been converted into a modern residential house.
Designed by Zecc Architects, the house consists of nine floors and small rooftop terrace that offers beautiful panoramic views.
Yeah..that’s not creepy looking at all.. >__>
Mar 4th, 2011
i think the guy that lives there … is really fit :))…
Hmm… Each room is a different floor
A great way to stay in shape I guess
Overall cool tho
Mar 5th, 2011
Something I’ve dreamed about doing for many years!!!
As envious as I am that someone has beaten my I can not help to think that the size of the tower has restricted the practicality of the project (Not as spacious as I’d of imagined?!?!?!)
I think this would have been better if it was a larger tower allowing for larger rooms and possibly larger windows.
did anyone notice the guy rappelling down the side?
well, you will guaranteed never run out of water o.O
Art of Concept
Awesome! I really like it!
Shortage of light and the small divided units of usable space make this appear totally impractical as a living space. How many times will someone miss their footing on those jet black stairs before they have to put some white tape to mark the edges? Also, without some way of draining the rain away from the roof the whole damn thing is just going to start filling up!!
This place must be amazing during a lightning storm. Pretty cool. I like that they did a cut-away to bring light in rather than cutting in windows.
would be awesome to have as some kind of doom fortress
The only thing thats missing is bigger windows and fire poles leading from floor to floor.
@Fillibert, I totally missed that on the first scroll. Good call fillibert.
Clearly the owner is quite fit. : )
It’s not a guy who lives there, it’s a woman named Rapunzel :)
Mar 7th, 2011
Which floor is the bathroom on? Place would be a nightmare if you really gotta go and have to run up/down like six flights of steeps.
Mar 8th, 2011
Build a evalavator and then you’ll be cool ;)
Mar 11th, 2011
Very nice idea…
Mar 14th, 2011
THIS place needs a slide. :)
Apr 22nd, 2011