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Photography: Nina van den Broek

Indigo Joram and Marlies

This rural Indigo in the countryside of Zutphen stands out because of its integrated design of house and barn; both are linked by an entrance that connects the two gable roofs. Wide facade planks made of thermally modified pine are attached board-on-board and give the house a robust appearance.

Upon entering the high hall with large windows, light and space immediately play a clear role. This continues in the white plastered living room with a spectacular glass gable - characteristic of Indigo - facing southwest. And the master bedroom upstairs, which hangs freely in the living room, fills with light and views through a large window on the side of the loft. An arrangement that, without taking up usable square meters, provides maximum space for the round transition from wall to roof, a unique feature of Indigo.

In contrast to the white plastered walls and light floor, the warm, pure looks of different types of wood have been chosen for certain elements of the interior, such as window frames, doors, stairs and kitchen. A nice detail is the balustrade on the landing that the residents made themselves.

The living room is located directly on the garden and is connected by a surrounding deck. There is a sunny seating area in the corner between the barn and the house, a perfect place for the barbecue.

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Photography: Nina van den Broek

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Can Indigo be built outside of the Netherlands?

Yes, depending on your exact location and the size of your Indigo. For EU customers all structural elements are prefabricated in the Netherlands (our home base) and can be transported by road. 

Can Indigo be built outside of the EU?

Yes, although shipping Indigo's prefab elements will probably not be the best option outside of the EU. Instead, prefabrication and construction will have to take place in collaboration with a local contractor. This is very well possible but requires some extra dedication, flexibility and patience from both us and you as our client. For single Indigo's outside of the EU we've decided to work only on projects starting at approximately € 300.000.

How do I start a project?

If you are interested in working with us, please send us an email and tell us a bit more about your plans: where exactly are you located? Do you own a building plot, and if so, can you send some pictures along? Did you already put up a program of requirements? What's your budget? 

If we think your plans fit our craft we can schedule a call, get to know each other, and inform you some more about our design process.


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