A 185 hectare plot of forest and agricultural land owned by the Utrecht Landscape Foundation is home to the Beukenburg House, designed by Sluijmer & Van Leeuwen Architects. This house is characterized by a metal-panel fa├žade that curves up to envelope the home and serve as a roof, creating a structure that remains modern while still referencing an agricultural vernacular. Living spaces are enclosed by glass walls and wood slats that shade the interior and lend residents some privacy. The ground level opens directly onto the landscape taking advantage of the beautiful surroundings.

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