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Concrete Split-level House: Staggered Floors and Textured Concrete Facade

A modern, minimalist architectural design featuring a gray wooden exterior and large glass windows.

Derksen Windt Architecten‘s Concrete Split-level House in Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands, showcases a masterful design that transforms a typical Dutch terraced house into a sculptural, light-filled home.

Blending robust materials like fair-faced concrete with innovative wooden floors, this 2020 project creates a refined, sustainable living experience within a characteristic building envelope.

1960s Split-Level Home: Redefining Family Living in Seattle

1960s Split-Level Home: Redefining Family Living in Seattle

Floisand Studio Architects have masterfully transformed a 1960s split-level home in Seattle, Washington.

Perfect for a bustling family of five, this renovated three-story house boasts stunning views of Mount Rainier and Lake Washington. While situated in a tranquil neighborhood, the challenge lay in amplifying the space without overshadowing the street. The innovative design fosters togetherness in communal areas while ensuring privacy, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor spaces.