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Into the woods

Your go-to destination to discover objects and stories of exceptional beauty in Arts, Fashion and Design. An interview with Bertram Beerbaum about his designerhome. 

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At home with... 

Designer Bertram Beerbaum's 1950s bungalow is nestled in nature. And nature is also nestled right within the home. We're talking about: a natural stone kitchen countertop. And: an incredible tree trunk table.

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Master Architect

The clients are practically not led in blindfolded, but those who have their house built, renovated, or designed by Bertram Beerbaum and his colleagues at Kabaz can expect a reveal akin to what we see on TV. "It brings about emotional moments every time, even if it's someone's fourth villa."

Coffeetable book

What if an interior designer is a client of his own? Dutch designer Bertram Beerbaum describes himself as ‘the most difficult client he has ever had’, but the renovation of his own house ultimately degenerated into a very interesting interaction between client and executor, with himself as designer and captain.

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Yearbook 2022

At nineteen, Bertram Beerbaum had a side job as a furniture delivery man. When customers asked him for advice, he made some sketches. Thanks to the confidence of his boss and the growing success of his designs, Bertram became increasingly enthusiastic about the profession of interior designer. Seven years later, he was contacted by Eyeworks production house, which made Bertram a renowned media figure thanks to hundreds of TV programs. At 28, he and André de Vos rook over the furniture company of a friend's father - today Bertram Beerbaum, André de Vos and Sef van der Plas run the Kabaz architecture firm together. In addition, Bertram designed several products and furniture collections for Bryck, Grey7, Upstairs and Formani, among. 


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