This home, a half-sunk diamond, is experienced very differently from each of its sides. The house is seamlessly integrated into the landscape, at once blending in and sticking out. Solar panels are discretely tucked into the dunes next to the house, and passive building techniques maximize energy efficiency and improve insulation. Each room in the interior was carefully curated to reflect the unique function of that space. The interior interacts intimately with the surrounding landscape, as different visual perspectives of the dunes are framed by the geometric facade. A central wood-burning fireplace efficiently heats the whole home, minimizing the need for supplemental in-floor heating incorporated in the concrete floors. The top floor of the home offers striking views of the surrounding dunes and North Sea. Illuminated at dusk, the home brings light and energy to the sleepy dunes.