Built in 1931 in Soest in the Netherlands, this water tower was converted into housing by the agency Zecc Architecten. A house like no other that unfolds over 8 levels.

From the entrance on the ground floor to the panoramic terrace on the roof, the spaces overlap and are linked to the rhythm of a room per floor. Open living spaces on the outside and offering natural lighting, a bay window 3-storey pierces the brick structure.

Photo credits: Zecc Architecten

For more information, visit the website Zecc Architecten.

Source: archdaily

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