Dutch architect Thomas Bedaux designed a home for himself & his family

Dutch architect Thomas Bedaux designed a home for himself & his family




May 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

TILBURG – Dutch architect Thomas Bedaux designed a house for himself and his family in a quiet 1930s residential area of Tilburg, a landlocked city in the Southern Netherlands.
The plot of land on which Bedaux’s house was erected is adjacent to the end units of a traditional long row of housing and is bounded by a farm (apart from winter with sheep) and a cemetery.
The interior of the residence features minimalist arrangements and is tastefully decorated.
The architect’s design considered environmental factors as well as new alternative energy sources in order to make the building environmentally-responsible. The floor has heating in winter as well as cooling in summer.
On the ground floor the entry hall opens up to a dining room and kitchen with adjoining living room, one step down, connected to the garden by large windows and sliding glass doors. An additional children’s playroom is attached to the dining room.

The first floor contains an art studio that looks out over the street and emphasizes a strong, axial relationship by its large window framing. Higher levels hold 3 (of the childrens) bedrooms, bathroom, laundry room and a master bedroom.

The Bedaux-Nagengast residence ha s featured in several magazines worldwide.


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