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Waterschap Breda Building
Contemporary Architecture in Bouvigne estate, The Netherlands – design by Claus en Kaan Architecten
8 Jul 2008
Date built: 2008-
Design: Claus en Kaan Architecten
Waterschap Breda Building Design
The Bouvigne estate is a classical garden with a small castle, a coach house and a chapel situated next to the Mastbos in Breda. The office building added to the estate is about 10,000 m2 divided over three floors in a 160 metres rectangular building, dominated by a long row of brickwork gladded columns.
The four facades are made of prefabricated concrete, brickwork, exposed concrete and stucco respectively.
Waterschap Breda images / information from Claus en Kaan Architecten
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