The Villa V, designed by Paul de Ruiter, sits within the countryside of Bloemendaal, Netherlands. This contemporary home was constructed to protect as a lot of the encompassing panorama as attainable. To this finish, a basement was excavated and the home set into the aspect of a hill. Giant sliding glass partitions on the higher and decrease ranges permit pure mild to flood its inside. Inside glass partitions permit that mild stream by way of the home from one aspect to different. The inside is an natural mixture of impartial palettes, wealthy textured wooden and concrete.
Beautiful globe lights made from string illuminate the stairwell past the lounge. The fashionable couch provides texture to the area with tough wool upholstery as does the deep pile shag rug in shades of grey.
Sliding doorways disguise a small kitchenette with sink and pantry. A black eating desk and chairs distinction properly with the uncooked wooden of the fireside encompass.
The eating room exhibits one other uncooked wooden accent this time in type of show shelving and storage.
The villa is proven in right here in all its nighttime splendor with each room alight.
This nighttime exterior view exhibits the villa’s higher degree of bedrooms and toilet.
Glass partitions on the entrance of the home permit pure mild to flood its rooms and supply a view of the countryside past.
The villa’s stairwell is at its middle with a big skylight flooding mild down by way of the degrees.
The villa kitchen boast glossy trendy gray cabinetry and black counter tops. Whereas it’s compact, the kitchen nonetheless permits for loads of room to prepare dinner whereas visiting with firm or household.
A seating space of recent designer chairs with arch chrome lamp chiming in from above over a spherical espresso desk.
Glass partitions within the villa’s inside permit mild to move via the rooms from one aspect to a different.