The Architecture Observer and Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten offer an homage to this multigenerational office based in North Brabant. Despite a number of prestigious commissions, the firm has always remained somewhat peripheral in the landscape of Dutch post-war architecture. Its prevailing attitude behind architecture is not to cause rifts, to break neither with its past nor with its context. Beginning with the most recent works and moving back through time, this attractive monograph outlines how Bedaux de Brouwer is at its best when the architects do not try to surprise, or to leave an unforgettable impression. With texts by Hans Ibelings, Dick van Gameren, Antonio Cruz.