I’m convinced that architects make the most original houses and interiors only for themselves – especially if both in the couple are architects. Dutch architects Jetty and Maarten Min built their three-storey Dune House in North Holland – and have a look what they’ve made! Offering a twist on the traditional mansard roof, the house is wrapped on three sides by a skin of clay tiles, which were designed by Jetty Min with bespoke dimensions. Inside, the house contains studio spaces on its ground floor, while the living areas comprise a two-storey loft above. The interior is modern with distinct rustic touches – natural wooden logs and beams in the structure of the roof and walls. Thanks to lots of white color there’s much light and it combines very well with wood shade. The original architecture is seen not only outside but inside also – but an architect’s house can’t look boring, and this one is an amazing example.