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Living on the Edge: Traditional Ideals Meet A Contemporary House Design with Fine Texture of the Thatch

A magnificent view of the landscape is provided for the residents in each room of the house. During the days, the room is lightened by the warm lights and it also can give a dynamic character. At night, the house radiates this light to the surroundings and marking the house position in the landscape. All the modern comforts are integrated into the main living space with a beautiful open kitchen.

Pharmacy in Koningsoord, Berkel-Enschot: A Largely Transparent Building with A Glass Facade

The glass facade of this pharmacy building contrasts with the monastery complex architecture. It is a largely transparent building that can show people all preparation and activities inside. This building is also a part of the large-scale developments around and in the Koningsoord monastery area.

House Vught: A Stately Home and Studio Building with Classic and Sober Design

This house and its studio building are located on a wooded street near the historic center. Designed as a stately home, the house fits in the prominent place of the site. While the studio building has open roof construction made of wooden trusses and it can be used for multiple needs. The studio building and the main house can embrace the lush garden. This garden is designed by landscape architect Wirtz.

Nuenen House: A White-Painted Brick Facade with A Special Interior and Different Character of Spaces

Nuenen House is gas-free and all-electric, prepared architecturally to be self-sufficient. It has structural sustainability measures that have been detailed, including the grids and channels. These grids and channels for heat recovery are part of the fitted wardrobes and suspended ceiling.

Besix Dordrecht Offices: A New Construction of Head Office with A Rugged and Distinctive Construction

Besides the gas-free, this office also offers a lot of features to conserve and even generate energy. It is a true ‘smart building’ with sensors that monitor the light, air, and temperature in the building constantly. Energy storage, heat pumps, and solar panels are managed to the supply and demand on the electricity grid and weather forecasts by linking the sensor data. While the management and maintenance of the building are also linked to the smart systems too.

Berkel-Enschot House: A Family House with A Large Glazed Wall and Locally Produced Bricks

A timber porch is shaded by a tree, leads into the hallway with a utility space on one side. It also leads to the family dining room that connects with the old barn. A combined living room and kitchen at the front of the house offer a simple fireplace and polished pine floors. Two extra bedrooms can be found on either side of the first floor while a master bedroom sits on the left side of the stairs. Each room has a single square window.

House Akerdijk: A Dyke House with A Black Wooden Ventilated Façade and Two Large Projecting Glass

The ground floor of the house is built as a split level with a TV room and an office on the dyke level. Through the wide staircase, the residents can reach the sitting area with the kitchen easily with the awesome view of the deep back garden and adjoining terrace. There are two kid’s rooms. a large master bedroom with a stunning view and two bathrooms can be found on the first floor of the house.

Villa Rotonda: The Archetypical “House with Saddle Roof” with A Minimalist Modernist Twist and Medium Gray Brick

The characters of this house come from its structure and its materials. This house is clad in a medium gray brick with dark gray slate roof tiles and the typical Bedaux repertoire material pallet. The characteristic front façade chimneys also can remind the previous designs by the previous generations.

Villa Benthuizen: An Introvert Character of A Family House with Simple Main Shape

The house roof embraces and continues this house as a veranda. The thatch is the main material used for the house main shape that looks like a warm blanket over the house and runs down from the rooftop vertically. Beside the thatch, the architect also uses black wood with an open ventilated structure. Both materials can provide a perfect integration and a natural contrast to the house in its context.

Koedood Diesel Service: A New Modern Accommodation for the Koedood Family Firm with ‘Display Window’

Besides the curved glass, the steel, and the Trimo cladding, plenty of greenery is also added into the interior to create a pleasant environment of working. On the ceiling of the engine sales area, the Dejo grilles merge seamlessly under the overhangs. There are also seamless transitions from one to the next with the assiduous attention to the technical details.