Photography: Ewout Huibers

Tiny Holiday Home is a compact black house by i29 Interior Architects and Chris Collaris. It was awarded the House interior of the year 2019 by Dezeen. It was designed to blend as a minimalist sculpture in a natural reserve near Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Though it measures only 55 square meters, the Tiny Holiday Home feels very spacious because of the panoramic views of nature surrounding it. It was created for a family of four and includes a living room, a kitchen, a patio, three bedrooms, a bathroom, and two toilets.

The monochromatic interiors are kept simple with white walls, custom made furniture, and built-in cabinets made with natural and stained oak, which contribute to the minimal aesthetic. The house is divided into four blocks of different sizes which are linked to a central patio. The blocks
maximize sunlight and views from its large windows and doors.
The house’s clever use of space, simplicity, and sustainable materials give it a strong identity.

Project credits:
Architects: i29 Interior Architects; Chris Collaris
Construction (architecture): Hagoortbouw
Construction (interior): Simon Sintenie
Photography:   Ewout Huibers

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