Watervilla de Omval by plus31Architects

Architecture for water in the water, for peoples who love this type of design, is one idea revolutionary and implicate many resources for make all good, but the results is like a dream, luxury design, luxury environment and many element for change the feels in one relax feeling, we will go in the Amsterdam to look at one great water architecture project, designed by plus32architects and we will get some description about the water-villa de Omval one great project for the water villa domains,source description:
This tautly designed houseboat floats in the Amstel river of Amsterdam.
The design has, unlike most floating houses, a very contemporary design without losing the characteristic appearance of the typical houseboat.

Living on the water gets more and more popular in Holland. The clients/ owners who come to our office always love the typical charms and characteristics of living on the water but don’t like the standard “caravan” appearance of the existing houseboats. More and more people want to live on a contemporary houseboat that has been designed for their specific needs, the houseboat at De Omval is an obvious example of this wish.

The clients wanted a boat with an open floor plan where they could enjoy the views to the water and the outdoor space to a maximum. The distinguished curved line of the facade directly derives from this desire and the restriction that the boat couldn’t be more than three meters above the water.

The living area and open kitchen are located on the waterfront, from here one has a panoramic view at the Amstel and you can enter the floating terrace. Following on from the living area and kitchen the bedroom is located on a split level. The split level introduces an open route to the ground floor of the boat and, at the same time, makes it possible to create a terrace on the south side without exceeding the maximum building height.

To accentuate the round lines of the facade it is carried out in with shiny aluminum.
The white plastered walls and ceilings follow the curve of the facade creating a seamless transition from the exterior to the interior.



J. Suasso de Lima de Prado
J. Houwert



Building contractor
Ardesch/Dijkhuis groep

Colin Morsch/
Gianni Basso


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