For a corporation that designs and builds fashionable villas, 123DV are spot on with the Bridge House located inside the Dutch Achterhoek. The tree- and grass-crammed panorama makes this glass-paneled villa a standout.
Built atop a raised manmade hill, the development moreover has a cellar that is situated in a carved out a part of the hill. The finish outcome makes the dwelling match into the panorama with out it displaying too giant, since part of the sq. footage appears underground.
17,000 new timber and M,000 rhododendrons have been planted on the land surrounding the home. (Who wanted to dig all of those holes?!)
The artificial hill, constructed of reused soil, was made to create larger views.
To prime the beautiful design of the house, moreover they made it completely self-sufficient, which suggests the residents can go off the grid if very important. There’s a private correctly for water, photograph voltaic panels, re-used rainwater, and roof and flooring heating that’s by way of thermal energy storage.
The glass panels are made out of Heat Mirror glass that helps cool the home and maintain additional heat out.
The common design is simple and stylish, with white partitions and ceilings and white marble flooring.
Photos by Christiaan de Bruijne.