Villa Veth by 123DV

Dutch architecture firm 123DV recently completed this modern villa, called Villa Veth, in Hattem, Netherlands. It’s about 1,550 square feet on a bit under half an acre. It’s set in high, dry, sandy dunes interspersed with heather, willow bushes and grasslands between a forest and meadow landscape. The house is composed of a living and dining room with open kitchen, five bedrooms, two study rooms, TV room and piano room.

The family loves the outdoors. A covered terrace was created by setting the glass facade back under the roof.

The glass wall of the living area minimizes the boundary between inside and outside.

Frame-less, curved glass is set on a concrete floor. The living room furniture is all custom designed.

The minimalist kitchen has a futuristic feel, thanks to the carved out island.

A wall unit with integrated TV, speakers, shelving and fireplace.

A seamless, integrated double sink and built in appliances.

A wood door provides a nice accent to the dark gray stucco exterior facade.

A carport is hidden underneath.

Marni Elyse Katz is a Contributing Editor at Design Milk. She lives in Boston where she contributes regularly to local publications and writes her own interior design blog, StyleCarrot.