Woonhuis Bedaux-Nagengast by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten is a contemporary home that is located in Tiburg, a city in the Southern Netherlands. Dutch architect Thomas Bedaux designed the minimalist home for his family and worked out specific zoning regulations that allowed him to construct the compact structure.
Inspired by his neighbourhood's 1930s era aesthetic, the architect built a sleek and practical home that boasts views of its surrounding pasture and cemetery. Woonhuis Bedaux-Nagengast features a yellow brick facade that adorns its matchbox-inspired rectangular form.
The home's rooms display white walls and embody a simplistic design aesthetic. Varying in size and height, the spaces are bathed in plenty of natural light and even feature alternative energy sources that make this home sustainably built.
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