The Villa Dali, in Vroondaal, The Netherlands, was designed by 123DV Architecture, whose intention was to capture the character of Dali, Jugendstill forms, and nautical life. These broad inspirations were the prerogative of the client, who wanted a home that reflected his varied hobbies and lifestyle.
A cylindrical, two story main volume includes a nautilus spiral staircase in the main entry and soaring six meter exterior wood panels with Jugendstill patterns cut into them. All of the home’s furniture was custom-designed, and it makes reference to Dali’s fluid watch art.
Two rectilinear volumes extend from the main cylinder, and contain a garage, utility room, kitchen, and dining area.