Outside In by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten
Introducing “Outside In,” a stunning single-story villa located in the picturesque town of Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands. Designed by the talented Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten in 2020, this sustainable family home seamlessly blends interior and exterior spaces.
Featuring a lush green patio at the heart of the living area, custom-designed cabinetry and furniture, and an eco-friendly energy system, this luxurious villa is truly a masterpiece of modern architecture.
About Outside In
A Family Villa That Seamlessly Blends Interior and Exterior Spaces
This expansive villa, designed for a family of four, connects all living spaces on a single level, creating a sustainable and spacious home. The design blurs the lines between interior and exterior spaces, offering a seamless integration of the two. At the heart of the living area, a lush green patio serves as a focal point, while floor-to-ceiling sliding doors provide open views of the surrounding garden and swimming pool. Custom-designed cabinetry, kitchens, and furniture are crafted to follow the architectural layout, ensuring complete synergy between architecture and interior design.
Unpretentious Luxury Through Unified Design Elements
Bedaux de Brouwer & i29 adopt a modest design approach, creating a villa that exudes luxury without pretentiousness. The standout feature of this house is its unified interior and architectural design, with attention to the smallest details. Large wooden surfaces connect different areas throughout the house, with cabinets, wardrobes, walls, sliding doors, and beds all made from the same material to foster unity and connection.
Bold Exterior Design and Sustainable Energy Solutions
The modest yet bold design approach extends to the all-black brick facades that both conceal and reveal the villa’s natural surroundings. Large integrated planters display lush greenery at the front of the building, enhancing its connection to nature. The house is designed for efficient energy use, featuring geothermal energy storage, a heat pump, and solar collectors on the roof. The ultimate goal is to harmoniously connect the inside and outside environments.
Photography by i29 / Ewout Huibers