The Netherlands is famous worldwide for its flat landscapes and its windmills. The country also has become something of a focal center for exquisite minimalist design over recent years.
One tiny structure which shows off both is this free floating lodge designed by Lines Design Works for National Park De Biesbosch.
The lodge is essentially a catamaran. It was constructed using eco-friendly means and materials.
You can see that there is a seamless flow of space through the center, much of it outdoors—but there is shelter on either end.
This angle shows off the sizable top deck as well as the cool crow’s nest, which must offer a spectacular commanding view. You can also see the beds, which are positioned under the large curved windows so that there is an amazing view of the outdoors.
Inside the other unit there is a sink. There is also a toilet hidden away back there.
You can climb up a ladder to reach the top deck. It is easy to miss, blending right into the design.
To discover more about the mini free-floating catamarans, you can check out this article, and you can view more photos on the Lines Design Works website. Want to book a stay in one of these amazing little minimalist free floating lodges? You can do so at this site. There can be no better way to experience Dutch scenery and architecture!