Completed in April 2014 by i29 Interior Architects, Connecting with Nature is a project of a sustainable villa that was built on the edge of Kennemer Duinen. Besides a connection to nature, the starting point for the interior of this villa also includes perfect detailing.
This villa was built on the edge of Kennemer Duinen, an area with a beautiful nature reserve in the Dutch dunes. It is a villa designed with the utmost respect for nature and man, complete with glass facades to unite the landscape and the villa.
The starting point for this villa interior is perfect detailing, minimalism, loads of daylight, and also a connection with nature. Special attention is given to the energy efficiency and sustainability of the house. It is also a villa that has geothermal energy storage, solar panels, and a heat pump.
For the beds, sliding doors, walls, wardrobes, bespoke cabinets, and fireplace, the architect uses pinewood panels. The material can get a high-end feeling as well thanks to the fine details. The different areas of this villa also can be connected by the pinewood, including connecting the house to its surrounding nature.
Connecting with Nature Gallery
Photography: i29 Interior Architects