A wonderful project in Bloemendaal, Netherlands has been completed by Paul de Ruiter Architects. Villa V has 489 square meters and it is surrounded by an adorable landscape that the architects wanted to preserve as much as possible. The northern and southern sides of the house have large windows, while the eastern and western facades are more closed and made of sustainable timber.
Due to the sliding components of the glass walls from the ground and first floor, it’s created a constant connection to the outdoor areas, especially the patio that provides natural light in all rooms. But not only are the interiors special, with their modern and innovative design, but the architecture as well.
The front part of the house hosts the garage and above there’s the rectangular volume of the first floor. In between the two volumes there is grass, like the building is part of nature.