Hilberink Bosch Architects designed a contemporary residence, located on the fringe of a forest in Heesch, The Netherlands. Here is the knowledge from the challenge description we have been despatched: “The home consists of two totally different volumes: an S-formed base on which an rectangular quantity balances. Together they type a sculpture which resembles a fallen tree on a pile of earth.The public features of the home are located within the S-formed base. The outdoors partitions of the L-form which face the general public street look unapproachable and secretive. The wall is made with lengthy, darkish, strong bricks emphasizing the horizontal strains. The inside of the home is open and lightweight. The dwelling area is related with the terrace, the backyard and the forest and a flood of sunshine is getting into the home. The backyard facade of the home is shaped by a concrete construction, the creativeness of recent dwelling inside the rampart.
All the sides of the totally different volumes are made with none eaves, the fabric dissolves within the air. This reinforces the summary look of the sculpture. Just as a wanderer, caught in a thunderstorm, will search shelter underneath a fallen tree, the inhabitants will discover safety on this home.The totally different elements of research slowly develop into an precise constructing. The constructing turns into a part of the poetry, a part of the reminiscence, it turns into significant.”Photographs: René de Wit, Paul Kozlowski