Villa V is a sustainable home located on the edge of the Kennemer Dunes in the municipality of Bloemendaal, The Netherlands. The house itself is designed by Paul de Ruiter, but the interior architecture is by i29 Interior Architects. The house is surrounded by a vibrant green landscape of trees and wild vegetation, in sharp contrast to the minimalist interior.
The interior features simple geometrics and clean connections that subdivide the spaces flooded with natural light. There are large panes of glass both inside and out which expose the picturesque landscaping to the inhabitants.
To further accentuate the organic exterior, natural pine sheets are used in raw form throughout the house, covering cabinets, wardrobes, sliding doors, beds, fireplaces and even a whole hallway. The large skylight in a central atrium creates vertical circulation and bounces natural light off the white walls and light coloured concrete floors.