Porta Palace travels on wheels through the landscapes of Holland. Daniël Venneman and Jelte Glas design a minimal, nomadic, simple and comfortable home. Living among these four walls becomes a different surprise every day. What seems simple at first becomes spectacular over time.
Porta Palace, the art of wood
Porta Palace is organized in a single space with a kitchen, a service, a table, a minimum of furniture and a bed. With a gable deck, the interior allows to play with a double space to locate the sleeping area. The space is used to the maximum to cover the basic necessities in spite of the reduced measures of the house.
Porta Palace is dressed in different wood textures. The facade is designed with horizontal slats of wood that flow with the course of the road. The interior furniture is combined using plywood, pine wood, light colors and darker colors. The false ceiling of the kitchen draws a beautiful lattice with slats of wood. The interior of the house is a symphony of colors of a material as warm, cozy and beautiful as wood.
During the trip on wheels, nature merges between the windows of Porta Palace. The house is an example of minimal architecture to live, enjoy and develop daily activities. The door is closed, the trailer is hooked, and to the next destination.
Photography by Daniël Venneman