A contemporary minimalist dream home in the Netherlands
Amsterdam-based architectural practices, Maxim Winkelaar and Bob Ronday have joined forces to complete the Bemmel Residence project. The minimalist home can be found in Bemmel, The Netherlands.
The property is a modern and white structure with large glass windows. The house rises as a sculpture in the landscape. At the rear is a large porch with glass roof.
The two-storey property oozes monochrome chic with elegant and simple interior design. The large fireplace is the main focal point in the open plan living room. The kitchen boasts minimalistic lines; the contemporary style of the luxury home would suit a young trendy couple. The property also comes with an outdoor pool and plenty of outdoor spaces – ideal for pets or children to play around in.
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