- Architects: Bedaux de Brouwer Architects
- Location: 6653 Deest, The Netherlands
- Architects In Rate: Thomas Bedaux, Pieter Bedaux, Joyce Verstijnen
- Space: 440.zero m2
- Mission Yr: 2016
- Pictures: Magdalena Heijting, Michel Kievits
- Crew: Thomas Bedaux, Pieter Bedaux, Joyce Verstijnen, Koen de Witte-van Rijswijk
- Contractor: Aannemersbedrijf Hoes
- Set up: Koopmans Installatietechniek B.V., Huisman Elektrotechniek B.V.
- Inside Building: Jensz
- Consumer: Stichting Restauratie en Educatie Steenfabriek Vogelensangh
Textual content description supplied by way of the architects. Vogelensangh, a brick manufacturing unit with a wealthy historical past and the one one left the place bricks are produced in historically coal-fired kilns, commissioned Bedaux de Brouwer Architects to design a modern pavilion. This ended in a design that each in its external and internal emphasizes the undying wonderful thing about the custom of hand-moulded brick.
The pavilion purposes each as reception and place of work area, and enhances the adjoining manufacturing unit, which has been running since 1919. The design procedure began on website and the design displays the purity and ease of producing bricks.
The pavilion, that materializes as an elongated quantity with a rather closed, brick-built front wall, is situated on most sensible of an increased plinth. The bricks, which might be produced on website, have purposely been laid in a easy bond that refers back to the rational means bricks are stacked throughout fabrication.
At the within, the development opens as much as its atmosphere via a tumbler facade that stretches over all the width of the development. The transparent view at the enormous manufacturing unit, the busy website and the agricultural surroundings gives an excellent landscape. The inner is characterised by way of vaulted brick ceilings, impressed by way of the normal ring kiln. Similar to this ring kiln, the pavilion exists of a rational series of rooms, each and every with its personal function. Application rooms had been situated subsequent to the closed wall, the opposite rooms are situated on the ‘open’ aspect of the development. All in all, a pavilion this is carefully associated with its atmosphere, now not best designed for, but additionally materialized with and impressed by way of the customer.