The scenic naturalness of P.L. Wright, the openness of Mies van der Rohe and the tactile materiality of Zumthor stood on the foundation of The Dune Villa in Utrecht, The Netherlands. According to HILBERINKBOSCH Architects, the location is exclusive within the Netherlands: “dense vegetation in the direction of the road, a big open area on the entrance and an open pine forest behind the plot“. The complicated trendy villa is made up of various volumes, every taking within the richness of the panorama. A cultivated courtyard provides as much as the wholesome dwelling setting this challenge evokes.
The colour nuances within the mixture of the bricks, beige, orange and inexperienced mirror the pine tree forest, whereas the color of the utilized concrete is derived from the neighboring dune sand. Naturally, this palette can be noticed indoors. The foremost areas of the residence, resembling the lounge, kitchen, workplace, main bedroom, roof terrace and library, are located on the primary flooring. This institution supplies one of the best views in the direction of the forest. The guestrooms and the pool are located within the dune and on the bottom degree of the courtyard. The pool is enclosed on three sides with giant glass sliding doorways. Photography by René de Wit