A 1980’s Daimler Double-Six hangs on a wall in the kitchen of a sustainably built house outside Amsterdam by Denieuwegeneratie. The chandelier was crafted from vintage teapots by architect Sanne Oomen, one of the firm’s three principals, who lives in the house with her family. Photography by Robertholden/photofoyer.
In the dining area, rectangles of 1-inch-thick glass in the poured-concrete floor allow light in to the basement, where Oomen’s husband, Lucas Mol, stores his art. Photography by Robertholden/photofoyer.
The stairwell to the entry balcony features artifacts from Africa and a Hendrik Kerstens photograph next to a reproduction of a 15th-century self-portrait by Jan van Eyck. Photography by Robertholden/photofoyer.
Next to a vintage Charles and Ray Eames rocking chair, the back of the living area’s fireplace is the kitchen’s clay stove and pizza oven, which redirects the heat it produces into a system of channels that circulates it under and throughout the house; all the wood work is birch plywood. Photography by Robertholden/photofoyer.