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Studioninedots:Located on the green edge of Strijp-R in Eindhoven, Studioninedots designed family home Villa Fifty-Fifty as a 
pavilion where volumes alternate between open and closed, and where life happens just as much outdoors as 
indoors: a new typology for maximising visual and family interaction.


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一半一半 Fifty-fifty



With the design of Villa Fifty-Fifty the architects took the opportunity to push the typology of the transparent 
house. The clients, who commissioned Studioninedots some years back to design their first house, now desired a 
minimalist lifestyle and requested to live with nature. Studioninedots sought to investigate a rather radical 
translation of the view that living and outdoor functions are equally important.

Avoiding the obvious locations, 
all functions are randomly organized as connected volumes between two horizontal planes. This resulted in a 
pavilion-like house that unfolds across the garden, enhancing the relation between the building and the 
landscape, and in a unique patchwork of connections between open and enclosed, between inside and outside. 
Half house, half garden in one single volume.


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亭与房的邂逅 Pavilion meets tiny house


Villa Fifty-Fifty is composed of functions organized both horizontally and vertically. The shared family spaces and 
the parents’ spaces are located on the ground floor; the girls have their own rooms in the tiny house in the 
tower which is designed to be self-contained. This tower protrudes vertically through the two horizontal slabs. 
The entrance is situated at the intersection of the pavilion and the tiny house.
 All volumes are interconnected and mutually independent. Within similar dimensions, the volumes have their 
own atmosphere and light through the various roof openings and thus contribute to the transition of space.


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▽入口空间 The entrance

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▽一楼生活区 The hared family spaces and 
the parents’ spaces

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自然与工业 Naturally industrial


The design is complemented with industrial materials, united under a palette of greys and with varying textures. 
Glass dominates, naturally, to blur the boundaries between inside and outside and to allow for views and open 
sight lines. Four enclosed volumes feature an unusual application of materials. The master bathroom volume is 
clad with flagstones; glazed bathroom tiles adorn the walls in the bedroom and office. The round shed is 
fashioned from semi-transparent corrugated polycarbonate. Wrapped in polished aluminium, the tower subtly 
mirrors the landscape, creating an almost camouflaged surface that reflects the changing seasons and weather. 
Additionally, customised applications elevate industrial elements into refined details. This open garden home 
connects well to the adjacent woodlands and also the industrial heritage of Strijp-R is subtly echoed in the 


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“You’re neither inside nor outside, you move from inside to outside to return inside and end up 
somewhere outside.” – Jurjen van der Horst, Studioninedots


▽设计概念 Concept

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▽一层平面图 Ground Floor Plan 

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▽二层平面图 1F Plan 

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▽屋顶平面图 Roof Plan 

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项目名称:Villa Fifty-Fifty
总建筑面积:240 平方米
地点:荷兰 埃因霍温 Strijp-R
设计周期:2018 – 2020年
设计团队:Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl
主创建筑师:Metin van Zijl, Jurjen van der Horst
设计团队:Leire Baraja Rodriquez, Ruben Visser, Laura Berasaluce
承包商:Buytels Bouwbedrijf
图片:Frans Parthesius

Project: Villa Fifty-Fifty
Design: Studioninedots
Clients: Private
GFA: 240 m2
Location: Strijp-R, Eindhoven, NL
Design-completion: 2018 – 2020
Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl
Lead architects: Metin van Zijl, Jurjen van der Horst
Design team: Leire Baraja Rodriquez, Ruben Visser, Laura Berasaluce
Contractor: Buytels Bouwbedrijf
Construction: BreedID
Images: Frans Parthesius



审稿编辑:Via Wang

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