Amazing Sliced Stable Design in Netherland
Designed by Dutch design studio Overtreders W, this Sliced Stable is a vision for a community gathering place with an agricultural bent. The Sliced Stable located in Netherlands is a little piece of community space set on a farm that is destined to become forested land again. This simple and wistful structure is part of an exhibit called The Woods That See and Hear, and it consists of a kitchen and tables with a look out seat rising above the din.
Located in the Dutch countryside in the North Brabant region, this temporary building is designed like an open stable. The traditional post and beam skeleton is skinned in what looks to be fabric. As a lighthearted gathering space to drink a beer, share a meal and tell some jokes, the intimate but open project has certain nostalgic qualities, and the reused seating definitely hearkens from a time past. Sliced Stable makes space to celebrate and contemplate before nature takes back the land.