Located in the quiet seaside town of Bergen, Netherlands, the lovely Dune House blends in effortlessly with the pleasing countryside that surrounds it. Inspired by the topography of Bergen, the home assumes the shape of a sand dune that has been formed by the wind. Clad in unique clay tiles that give it a rustic and traditional look, the facade of the house sports an unmistakable and distinct look. The three-story Dune House is reinterpretation of traditional Dutch design by the dynamic duo of Min2 Architectural Firm. Combining the elements of a classic Nordic farmhouse with contemporary architecture, the Dune House uses a variety of natural materials that vary from Douglas fir to wood and stone. Concrete and glass have been used to balance out the warm wooden tones and to offer the home a more modern vibe. Take a look!