Project: Villa V
Architects: Paul de Ruiter Architects
Location: Bloemendaal, The Netherlands
Area: 5263.55 sqft
Photographs by: Tim Van de Velde
Villa V by Paul de Ruiter Architects
Are you ready to see a home which disappears from the landscape, a home which has its Inner surface connected to the external surfaces spaces while most of its structure can be invisible? Then which can be what we are going to show you today.
The beautiful Villa V by Paul de Ruiter Architects can be a modern home built in park Brederode, near Bloemendaal from the Netherlands. When the idea comes to the location of This specific home, the idea can be located in a place where the local flora as well as fauna are respected. This specific can be also where the spectacular experience of This specific home comes by as you are going to see from the images below. Most of the structure can be hidden under a green roof which encapsulates half of the ground floor into the slope of the hill.
By the architects: “by the very start the idea was clear which the landscape around the villa should be preserved as much as possible. A basement was created for the house as well as the ground floor can be semi-positioned from the slope of the hill. The first floor towers above the partially glazed ground floor as well as the undulating dune landscape. Both the northerly as well as southerly facades of the first floor are largely made of glass, while the easterly as well as westerly facades have a more closed character. The closed facade areas on the first floor are made of coloured, sustainable timber.”
“The glass areas on the ground floor as well as first floor have exceptionally large sliding components, with the moving parts in light oak. The details of the glass styles as well as the upper as well as lower lines have been kept to a minimum. The large glass facades ensure a connection between outdoors as well as indoors; contact with nature can be tangible throughout the house. At the same time, the patio from the heart of the villa provides maximum daylight in all the rooms. Only natural materials have been used from the building. For example, the facade finishing on the first floor can be made of Waxedwood sustainable timber.”
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