Whim Architecture designed the amazing ‘Villa BH’ in Burgh-Haamstede, the Netherlands, over a 2874 square feet floor area. The spectacular, virtually clear, structure stands predominantly as glass walls, framed out in white, with a natural wood wrapping towards the edge of the roof, and sides.
The house is encircled by lots of trees in the courtyard inside its glass walls, yielding each room a double aspect. As the vast clear doors are pushed back, the dwelling becomes an outdoor space, flooded with light and breeze, and therefore the ability to steer space to space below the sky. A sedum roof, calefaction pump, and solar panels make this an environmental friendly home, and a clean, minimalist adornment suggests simple living. Take a look!