Villa Broeck by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten in the Netherlands

Project: Villa Broeck
Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten
The Netherlands
5,360 sf
Year: 2019
Photographs by: Stijn Bollaert

Villa Broeck by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

Villa Broeck is a new project by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten. This contemporary dwelling of 5,360 square feet is located adjacent to a nature reserve in the Netherlands. Its interior boasts an open plan that maximizes space and natural light. This is not the first project from this studio that we’ve showcased. You might also remember their Villa Rotonda project in Goirle as well as their Outside in House.

Villa Broeck is a detached private residence, adjacent to a nature reserve in the Netherlands. In this natural setting, Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten designed the building, the garden and its interior. The plot is located between a series of detached houses built along a crescent.

Villa Broeck has the same shape as the surrounding volumes, however it has been rotated through 90 degrees in relation to its neighbours. Placing the building transversely creates a dramatic street elevation as well as a beautiful outlook to the scenery behind the house. Furthermore, it creates two special spaces: a patio as an entrance area and a sunken patio in the garden.

A low volume has been constructed next to the main block, housing the kitchen. The residence, garden and interior have been designed in great coherence resulting in a series of intimate spaces and places that offer serenity and intimacy in the midst of a breathtaking landscape.

Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten


Tags: Brouwer Architecten, contemporary, exterior, interior, modern, The Netherlands

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