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Dutch practice i29 Interior Architects have designed the interiors of the Villa Bloemendaal. The sustainable home is located on the edge of the Kennemer dunes and has a minimalist design that shows respect for man and nature alike.
Here is a description from the designers, “i29 interior architects worked on the interior of a villa which was designed by Paul de Ruiter architects. A minimal approach to the materialisation and detailing of the building is a core value of both the interior and exterior design. The large expanses of glass and the patio result in maximum daylighting and give the inhabitants the feeling that the villa and the surrounding landscape are one.
In order to bring nature inside even more, all of the interior functions in the house are made from natural materials. i29 interior architects created large surfaces of wood through the whole house to connect the different areas. Cabinets, wardrobes, walls, sliding doors, beds and even a fire place have been made in one and the same material. Pine wood panels -normally a basic material- has been used as a high end finishing with fine details.”
Image Courtesy: i29 Interior Architects