Amsterdam based design firm “The New Generation” has a few sustainable projects under their belt, but one of the standouts is “Dutch Mountain” on an open plot of land with room to grow. Situated partially underground in the moorland, this residence utilizes the earth for its heating and cooling properties.
For the most part, this space welcomes an open floor plan, with a mostly concrete interior and varying levels throughout. The decor is a beautiful mixture of new, old, found and sentimental. Artifacts line the bare, raw concrete walls while a mixture of a natural palette and contemporary furnishings outfits the rest of the interior. Unique staircases keep the kids interested within, including a few skate deck stairs, metal rungs and an inviting bubble window for them to peer out of in winter.