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Architecture May, 23 2013

Villa V by Paul de Ruiter Architects

Villa V is situated near Bloemendaal, a municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. A sustainable home by Dutch architect Paul de Ruiter, the home was conceived to implement a design that shows equal respect to man and nature, built in a unique residential area where flora and fauna are given priority reign. Most of the structure is invisible because to its green roof, and so the structure disappears into the landscape giving utmost privacy. Despite this, the house is flooded with light thanks to the north and south facades, both of which that are paned in glass. Glass walls are a theme continued throughout the interior, and a patio can be found ensconced in the center of the home which ensures optimum daylight illuminating.
  1. Source: Design Boom
  2. Photography: Tim Van de Velde

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