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Dutch architects turn a 19th century coach house into a gorgeous residence and home office

The original structure was originally built in 1895 as a coach house for an aristocrat living on the property located in Utrecht, the Netherlands. In 1955, the owners built another temporary structure between the residence and the coach house. This building remained on the property for 57 years, before it was demolished by the new owner, architect Rolf Bruggink, in 2011.
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