It’s not only Japanese architects who make modern houses black outside. Netherlands architects from Zecc Architecten went the same patch with Villa Vriezenveen. Like the surrounding historic farmhouses, the house has a linear layout. The house is lengthened by the formation of the upper floor in two separate elements that are offset towards the front and rear ends. This produces a silhouette of apparently separate sections that stands out in the surrounding area. Color is what distinguish this house from other country houses around. Of course modern building materials are do the work too but house is still great example of how color could make home unique among other ones.