Completed in 2011 in Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium. Images by Frederik Vercruysse. How to build a single house in a wonderful environment of woods, just next to the ‘Nete-valley’ on a badly orientated site?
In Villa Rotonda, completed July the archetypical “house with saddle roof” has been abstracted to its vernacular essentials. The design of this house in Goirle is a collaboration of architects Pieter and Thomas Bedaux of Bedaux De Brouwer Archite.
“They were really pushing for a traditional farmhouse,” explains architect Matthew Hufft, of the Kansas City–based firm Hufft Projects. “But through the design process, they got more and more excited about modern.” Photo by Joe Pugliese.