We’ve been into pod-like spaces lately. Maybe it’s the cooler weather, but there’s something comforting about a nice little nest space. It’s almost like making modern design smaller and more nest-like warms up the fact that it’s sleek and modern. Does that make any sense? Let’s move on to the SODAE-House by VMX Architects, which is tiny, remote, modern and wonderful.
Built in a rural area between Amsterdam, Amstelveen and Ouderkerk aan de Amstel on the tiny island of the Kostverlorenkade, the architecture was really built to interact with the sights that folks inside the house would see. A lot of nature, yes, but also some of the man-made world in the distance, too. We like all the sloping inside walls and ceilings, how sleek everything is and just how we’d feel really safe, we bet, in there. Spotted on the Contemporist.