Because of the striking design you will not get around these Kubuswoningen. Take a beautiful picture and look inside the open Kijkkubus.
The Kubuswoningen were designed in the 1970s by Piet Blom. For his design, he turned an ordinary cube-shaped house 45 degrees and put it on a hexagonal pylon. Every house represents a tree, all the houses together a forest. For the Kubuswoningen there are several nicknames: Huubkuberkluber, Blaakse Bos and the Poalwoningen. The houses have three floors and a living area of around 100 square meters. Because the Kubuswoningen do not have a single straight wall, buying furniture is difficult. For those who are curious what a house looks like inside, there is the Kijkkubus. This was drawn up by the resident after the Kubuswoningen drew so much attention.
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