Helmond (The Netherlands) - Cube houses - part 2

by Björn Roose April. 15, 2019 445 views

More about the Helmond cube houses and the cube houses in general in this post. Here's the second part of the series.

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Antonio Gil 6 months ago

They are amazing. Love this kind of crazy architecture.

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Björn Roose Replied to Antonio Gil 6 months ago

I wouldn't want to live in one of them, but they are surely interesting to see smile

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Russell Smith 6 months ago

Cool and interesting design I would be curious to see what the inside is like .

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Björn Roose Replied to Russell Smith 6 months ago

Here you can have a look : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oeuXe1MTJY

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Andi Saw 6 months ago

But... 
there's no privacy. You cannot walk naked in your own house...

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Björn Roose Replied to Andi Saw 6 months ago

I'm sure they can put curtains, if they want to. But on the contrary to what is custom in Flanders (I don't know how it is in Italy), Dutch do rarely put curtains on their windows. Somebody told me once that it is a protestant thing (people should be able to check that you're not idling around) that remained as a habit in general.

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Andi Saw Replied to Björn Roose 6 months ago

In Italy curtains are non-officially mandatory. 
We don't like people to look inside our houses. 
Often it's a family business. 
I know people with handmade grangrandgrand mother's curtains.
I have some. I built some, but I don't care. I hope my neighbors have a more interesting things to do than staring at me smile

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Björn Roose Replied to Andi Saw 6 months ago

Their curtains are probably making it impossible to stare through your windows smile

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Wayne Scott 6 months ago

Very interesting designs!

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Björn Roose Replied to Wayne Scott 6 months ago

They are, indeed smile

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