Modern Architecture: Hidden Underground (11 photos)


From afar, Villa Geldrop in the Netherlands looks like any other home. Walk a little closer, though, and you'll notice that is has an awesome underground level.

Four bedrooms and a living room are located in the underground level. Hofman Dujardin Architects designed the home to allow tremendous amount of natural light to flow through the open spaces in the axe-shaped foundation. The villa also includes a dining room, kitchen, study area, and play area.











Hofman Dujardin Architects website
via [Contemporitst], [Home Reviews], [Freshome]

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