Single seat biplane with cantilever wings and no struts, parallel development of the Fokker V.2.
This was first Fokker designed entirely by Reinhold Platz. The V.1. was a biplane, but had the typical, thick wooden cantilever wings used by Platz.
The fuselage was tubby, but clean of lines, and the rotary engine was nicely cowled, with a large propeller spinner.
It was considered too radical for service use. The V.1, V.2 and V.3 were not sent to the front for combat evaluations