Villa K340, designed by Francois Verhoeven Architect, emerges as a modern beacon in Vroondaal’s Madestein—a recreational oasis near The Hague’s dunes and beaches. Seamlessly blending with its artificially constructed hills, this two-story house merges architecture and nature.

Elegant wooden elements juxtapose sleek aluminum frames, painting a picturesque scene as daylight fades. With energy-efficient features and an organic garden, this dwelling exemplifies modern Dutch architectural finesse.

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