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Situated inside the woods close to Utrecht, The Netherlands, Villa L is a dream residence for a younger household of 5 that’s filled with progressive sustainable parts. Powerhouse Firm collaborated with RAU to design the three-degree residence with large expanses of glass to benefit from the backyard views it overlooks.
The bottom flooring opens as much as the outside with sliding glass doorways that make the partitions disappear. This flooring can also be partially shaded by the inexperienced roof above.
Regardless of the elongated design of the home, the general impact could be very minimal and linear. Hey child, good cartwheel!
The home, with its inexperienced roof, blends in with the luxurious inexperienced panorama the house is located on.
They included cold and hot water storage and hidden PV (photovoltaic) cells as a part of their sustainability dedication.
When wanting on the home from afar, it seems very linear with its horizontal roof strains. As you’ll be able to see when gazing out the second story, the curves are seen. Additionally, I really like the crops!
The backyard home
The backyard home – shut up
The basement was constructed for visitors and storage. It additionally homes the indoor pool. They excavated a clearing to permit for home windows to be put in, in addition to to have entry to the backyard.
The basement options all types of curves within the partitions and the staircase.
Curved staircase on the bottom flooring
Maybe my favourite area. The terrace room provides a straight shot out to the grounds with the curved glass enclosure. It additionally provides a coated area for outside seating.
Floor flooring research
Floor flooring play & lecture room
View from the second flooring to the roof backyard
Pictures by Christian van der Kooy.