villa veth

designed by rotterdam-based architectural practice 123DV, inhabitants of the 'villa veth' in hattem of the netherlands may
gaze into the dense woodland surrounding their residence. a curved glass wall encloses the common areas of this dwelling,
allowing the space to visually transcend its boundary into the landscape. supported with a single column clad with reflective metal, 
the low-profile roof extends to cover an outdoor patio. the large canopy and floor heating allow inhabitants to enjoy the terrace
during cool autumn days.

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