In the middle of the protected dune area of Bloemendaal, in park Brederode, we designed an energy-neutral villa complete with all the luxury and comfort. Maintaining the surrounding landscape was our starting point for the design. With as many natural materials as possible we built the house on a dune slope.
Absorbed in the environment We came up with a design that perfectly adapts to its location. The first floor rises above the ground and the sloping landscape. The north and south façades consist of large sliding glass windows and French oak, and the other two façades are constructed of preserved Waxedwood. A large skylight in the center of the house guides daylight into the heart of the home.
Efficient energy management We organized a technical area in the garage where we placed a thermal storage system and installed the heat pump. On the roof we created an alternating pattern of moss sedum plants and solar panels to provide energy.
A wooden interior Together with interior designer i29 we created a fluid connection between the exterior and he interior. Large surfaces of veneered plywood, used for walls, cupboards, beds and even for the fire place, connect various rooms in the villa to each other.