Located in the town of Holland on the shores of Lake Michigan, the residence is a series of solids and voids wrapping around a steel skeletal frame.
The voids create secluded spaces while the solids screen off interior and exterior spaces from the neighboring houses. The frames are infilled with glass where lake and forest views are possible and with solid panels where privacy is desired.
The soaring roof plan opens to the lake exposure and maximizes the natural light. The warmth of the materials and abundance of natural light creates a relaxed inviting atmosphere inspiring its Dutch name.
1. Façade: Silbonit cement board, Cedar Siding, and Halquist Stone
2. Flooring: white oak, polished concrete, and Daltile porcelain
3. Doors: white oak solid core
4. Windows: Pella contemporary series
5. Roofing: Firestone TPO
6. Interior Lighting: Halo LED
7. Furniture: Herman Miller / Design Within Reach