Covering 2874 sq ft area of Burgh-Haamstede, the Netherlands, this Villa BH is constructed by Whim Architecture. The sophisticated, transparent building is mostly made of huge glass walls, framed in white and wooden structure. Between the serene garden house and glass rear entry, a jetty directs the way to the garden façade, straight through a pebble bordered pond of calm water.
In the clean courtyard, there is a thin tree surrounded by transparent walls. This courtyard creates dual characteristic in each room. When you pull the glass doors, the house will morph into an outdoor living area. It becomes full of breeze and light, as well as the opportunity to move around the rooms with stars twinkling above your head. There is a terrace roof to explore the exterior aspect. The chimneystack enables the outdoor and indoor firing to give warmth to the whole space.
The solar panel, heat pump, and sedum roof promotes a simple and green living concept. Whilst the muted textiles, light wood, and clean white walls flow the natural ambience, keeping the interior bright and light. The open-plan living construction goes into the basins, bathtub, master bedroom, en suite steam room and the sun patio.