I spent 48 hours in Rotterdam and absolutely loved! Click to discover what exactly it was that made me adore this Dutch port city. Hint: among other things, it might have something to do with the amazing food I ate there.
Netherlands Cubic Houses in Rotterdam. Architect Piet Blom turned a parallelepiped an angle of 45 degrees and put a hexagonal pylon at an angle along with it. The houses have three floors. The entrance is on the ground floor, a guest room with a kitchen is on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third floor. A small garden is sometimes placed on the upper floor.