One long and strong diagonal line changes the whole perspective of this site.
Creating an intelligent and spacious display for the new pavilion by 'De Brouwer Binnenwerk' and creating a clean canvas for the big planting gestures.
In collaboration with: "De Brouwer Binnenwerk"
Kroeze landscapers Beesd
Architect paviljion and interior main dwelling:
De Brouwer Binnenwerk
Andrew van Egmond
One diagonal line redefines this space, disconnecting the garden composition from its suburban fabric and steering it toward its natural surroundings.
The planting pallet connects to the broader landscape and regional ecosystem. Pines, mixed grasses and Birches define the primary atmosphere, giving the yard its sense of place.
The pavilion is pushed down in the grade, so it's not too dominant. By doing this, the space is not filled, and the visual connection with the surrounding green is guaranteed.
The zone of gravel framed by the floating concrete edges is the modern translation of a pool—a pool without the water but defining the space and creating the canvas for the pavilion. Materials used in the pavilion refer to the historical architecture of this region. Black-stained wooden planks used in old sheep shelters are brought back in a contemporary way.