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Before and After: 1930’s Watertower Transformed

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in Architecture, Design & Trends, Eco-Living, Restoration, Variety

This looming water tower in The Netherlands has been given a new life as a gorgeous nine-storey home thanks to Zecc Architects.

Without compromising any of the building’s 1930s character or contemporary style, the architects have transformed the stout Soest tower into a model of sustainable architecture.

Each floor has its own room, connected by the serpentine stairway, there’s plenty of light entering the home via a three-storey window, and there’s a beautiful black and white kitchen expresses the ultimate in cool Dutch minimalism.

Quite simply, the interior fixings maintain the 1930s ambiance without the drudgery associated with a water tower.


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