A distinctively constructed house tucked up in the woods. It looks like it belongs to the surroundings.

The architects of the Dutch bureau Hofman Dujardin approached the creation of the residential building project in a creative and non-standard way.

They decided to build a house in a pine forest so that it harmoniously fits into the landscape of a pine forest and, as it were, becomes part of it.

Wooden panels are used to cover the exterior walls and a portion of the roof. There are windows in three distinct rooms. Each terrace is separate. Large panoramic windows in the nursery offer a picturesque view of the pine forest. Inside, all rooms are connected by sliding doors.

When they are open, one gets the impression of a single space that goes straight to the forest clearing.

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