Huis Eén

Oefening in samen-wonen

a family home in an urban context
a family home in an urban context
a robust street façade with small openings
a robust street façade with small openings
the enclosed garden is a green oasis
the enclosed garden is a green oasis
the grandparents live on the ground floor, the rest of the family live upstairs
the grandparents live on the ground floor, the rest of the family live upstairs
the grandparents recently moved to the house
the grandparents recently moved to the house
the windows in the children's bedrooms have a high part that can be opened...
the windows in the children's bedrooms have a high part that can be opened...
... and a lower part to play in
... and a lower part to play in
the staircase is the core of the house
the staircase is the core of the house
the spacious hallway and elevator allow the grandfather to go upstairs
the spacious hallway and elevator allow the grandfather to go upstairs
the kitchen connects the living room to the dining room
the kitchen connects the living room to the dining room
the living room has a direct relationship with the terrace
the living room has a direct relationship with the terrace
generous terraces makes for plenty of outdoor space
generous terraces makes for plenty of outdoor space
the sleeping floor creates distance between garden and roof terrace
the sleeping floor creates distance between garden and roof terrace
you can look into the garden from every room in the seniors' home
you can look into the garden from every room in the seniors' home
three generations in one family home
three generations in one family home
the brick wall folds around the familial life
the brick wall folds around the familial life
inside unfolds a green oasis of garden and terraces
inside unfolds a green oasis of garden and terraces

Achtergrondverhalen

street façade: closed like a castle
street façade: closed like a castle
the city wall is continued in the façade of the house
the city wall is continued in the façade of the house
garden façade: open and light
garden façade: open and light
section
section
ground floor plan
ground floor plan
floor plan first floor
floor plan first floor
floor plan second floor
floor plan second floor
floor plan third floor
floor plan third floor
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Over Lilith Ronner van Hooijdonk:

Het bureau is gestart in 2010 in Rotterdam. Wij ontwerpen narratieve architectuur waarbij het verhaal van de opgave centraal staat. Dat verhaal kent verschillende lagen: aansluiting op de context, reageren op bouwtradities, individuele wensen van de opdrachtgever, duurzame inpassingen en technische kansen. De architectuur komt met een nieuwe blik en verrast met verbeelding. Ons werk reikt van transformaties en verbouwingen tot het ontwerp van publieke plekken als een Performatieve Ruimte in Eindhoven, en van het bouwen van een kangoeroewoning in Amsterdam tot het onderzoeken van het vak en het schrijven van verhalen.

Partners: Elsbeth Ronner, Lilith van Assem, Lieke van Hooijdonk (2010 - 2016)

Medewerkers: Laura Steenbeke (2018), Joppe Douma (2018), Madeleine Mans (2016 - 2018), Paula Cores Barrel (2017), Jimmy Stegeman (2016), Dirk Gonzáles Veugelers (2016), André Cramer (2014), Clémence Boru (2013), Anne de Ruyter (2012)

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Ontwerp: De Ronners
Development: Martijn van Bachum

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Contactgevens:

Voorhaven 57
3025 HD Rotterdam

Parkeren kan op onze binnenplaats aan de 2e Schansstraat

Elsbeth Ronner: 06 14887206
Lilith van Assem: 06 42026011

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