Plain and simple, Paul de Ruiter's Villa Room is what happens when solid design is attuned to the surrounding landscape. The villa is centered on a wide open atrium that floods the interior with abundant natural light.
Despite the abundance of windows and translucent panes, robust facades made of brick and galvanized beams give the home a distinct sense of privacy. Check out more images of Paul de Ruiter's Villa Room above.
Implications - Consumers in modern society are trying to stay as green as possible despite the increasing number of harmful elements. Products that are integrated with an eco-friendly aesthetic are appealing to those who want a deeper connection with nature.
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