Winner: House interior of the year 2019. Tiny Holiday Home is a compact black house, which is designed to stand out like a minimalist sculpture.
It was designed by Dutch studio i29 in collaboration with architect Chris Collaris. The 55 square metre home, located in an area of lakes and interconnecting sand islands, was created for a family of four. It includes a living room, a kitchen, a patio, three bedrooms, a bathroom and two toilets. The interiors of tiny holiday home are kept simple with white walls, custom made furniture and built in cabinets made with natural and stained oak, which contribute to the monochrome and minimal aesthetic.
The house is divided into four “sculptural values”, which were developed from the inside-out, making it spatially efficient while having a strong identity that sets it apart from its surroundings in the Vinkeveense Plassen.
Judges comments: The judges on the interiors master jury appreciated the "clever use of space", the way the house "opens up to the outside'', the project's "simplicity", and the careful use of "sustainable materials".