Villa Bloemendaal 3, the work of Hofman Dujardin architects was built on flat land on the edge of the forest near Bloemendaal, the Netherlands. The three overlaid volumes give this villa its particular shape. On the ground floor, all the living areas are connected together. From the dining room and the lounge, the wide sliding doors lead out to the large, green garden. The upper floors have large panoramic windows offering a splendid view over the garden and the forest. The natural atmosphere is also maintained outside, with terraces paved in Antracite multi-size strips from the PIETRA VALMALENCO porcelain stoneware collection.
Photo: Matthijs van Roon