Surrounded by traditional architecture, the Villa SG21 breaks the residential mold with a clean, modern form. The asymmetrical structure is clad entirely in blackened timber. This monochromatic palette is contrasted only by the sloped roofline made from Norwegian turf. Clean white walls and concrete floors dominate the interior, further asserting the home's minimalist agenda. Along the open living area, large sliding glass doors break up the contemporary aesthetic by framing in views of the surrounding rural landscape.
Photos: FillieVerhoeven Architects