Five sculptural buildings line up in the water, in front of the shore of the Gooimeer Lake in Huizen. Each building contains thirteen apartments that are arranged to enjoy the most of the location and the sunlight. This resulted in tapered volumes that catch the sun at the backside with large terraces and the lake view at the front side with panoramic windows. The buildings are clad in unpolished rough aluminium sheets, playing with the reflective shades of grey of the Dutch water and weather.
Program: 65 apartments
Support: Bureau Bouwkunde
Status: design 1996, completed 2003