A dwelling strives to maintain the panormic views of Veere as this villa in Kamperland reveals the town’s historical silhouette through its exceptional features in the Netherlands. Designed by Bedaux De Brouwer, the main living area is raised above ground level to allow residents easy access to views of the anchored sailing boats, pier and the overlooking garden. The central seven meters high patio lightens up the lower bedroom level as light simply enters into it while the dining room is encased by surrounding glass walls facing the lakeside thus adding to the majestic aura of this private home.

Pictures courtesy ©  Luuk Kramer

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