Adjacent to the city center is the ‘central park of Tilburg’, the Spoorpark. In the heart of the city park we find T-Huis, a distinctive kiosk. Park visitors are served from all sides from this rising object. A real crowd puller.
T-Huis is one of the three pavilions that Timmermans Architects designed for the Spoorpark. Each pavilion stands alone, but forms an essential part of the complete park design. The function of the building is important in the mutual relationship. Every object opens up on the side where there is public need. In the case of T-Huis, this is the boulevard on the south side. Although the north side is also impressive due to its large, closed mass. The degree of abstraction and simplicity works very well.
The position of T-Huis was quickly established in the park design: the central location on the water as a crowd puller from left to right and from outside to inside. It was established that there must be the possibility of issuing everywhere, the elementary starting point of a kiosk. Shutters open on all sides and bars are everywhere, so that the entire park can be fed. At the same time, a pleasant place to stay indoors has also been created.
An important element of the park design was that a pavilion stood up in the middle. The height of the design immediately offered the possibility of layering, which resulted in the creation of a roof terrace. The view from the terrace creates a different level of contact with the Spoorpark and attracts the public to go upstairs.
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