Plywood has been making the rounds in the design world proving that the relatively inexpensive material can be both viable and desirable, especially in the world of interiors. i29 interior architects took the basic pine wood material and pushed it outside the box by covering large expanses of the interior to bring more warmth inside of Home 09.
The home is designed by architect Paul de Ruiter and sits on the edge of the Kennemer dunes in Bloemendaal, a city in the Netherlands. The sustainable home is minimalistic in design, wanting to respect the existing landscape that the house sits on.
The wood is seen throughout the entire home, covering the walls, fireplace, shelving, and doors, warming up the traditionally cold feeling that white walls and concrete floors can bring.
With floor-to-ceiling glass windows, it’s all about the view and nothing about the interior design distracts from that. The concrete floors, white walls, and wood paneling keep the inside simple and clean.
Even the beds and furniture are cleverly built out of the paneling.
Photos by i29 interior architects.
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