Impressed by the sandy, woodsy parcel on which it sits, Villa Meijendel takes reward of its location with a multi-level, partially sunk floorplan. You come in the place on the center stage, a place to a business office and 2 bedrooms. Above it lie the open up a kitchen and residing areas, piece the underside flooring holds the master sleeping room, as good as a storage and technical room buried in the sand. The primary unpolished concrete construction dictates the stream between flooring with mild slopes, while the metal, wooden, and anodized aluminum are equally left raw. The outside is coated in burned wooden, damaged up only by the sizable windows that provide views to the dune valley past.
via VVKH Architecten