Eye Candy Eyewear Shop

Creneau International designed this original eyewear shop located in the Wijnegem Shopping Center in Belgium. THE STORE: Never seen before… It takes no clairvoyant to see that most opticians are a sight for sore eyes. So when we were asked to come up with a concept for a glasses shop, we had a clear vision on what we didn’t want it to look like. Luckily, the people from Eye Candy shared this vision and trusted us blindly. We created a unique shopping experience, in which the packaging Read more […]
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Legal Office

Creneau International designed a notorious signature office located in Belgium. Here is the project description: At Creneau’s, we firmly believe it’s our right to advocate ideas of the anti-ordinary. Blatantly ignoring the laws of Office Interiors, we came up with our own contemporary interpretation of how a legal firm should look like. In the waiting room, two artworks featuring the lasered signatures of the founder and his son function as a personal welcome to the visitor.

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The Narrow House

Architec Bassam El Okeily projected this curios house located in the small city of Bilzen, Belgium, with a wide glass front that fills the building’s modest width and stages the cubistic interior. Here is the project description: The house has a closed ground floor exterior ( topped by a total transparency in glass. The display window reveals two balconies in skewed positions projection from a white façade. 
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House S

Located in Mechelen, Belgium, dmvA Architecten realized an addition that needed a subtle yet practical solution that allowed not only the spatial requirements requested to accommodate the family, but also an experience full of comfort, well being and connectivity. Due to the light problem on the ground floor, a central void was created, cutting three floors, so light could enter the house via a huge dormer window. In order to lose space, the void was filled in with glass floors. This light-shaft Read more […]
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Wooden House Extension by Wim Goes Architectuur

Wim Goes Architectuur designed the beautiful extension to this residence located in the tiny hamlet of Bachte-Marie-Leerne, in the Flemish district of Belgium. The wooden addition sits above a new wine cellar and extends partly over the pond. The intentional, unpretentious simplicity with functional clarity, results in stark beauty with Japanese-Finnish undertones. An elegant facade made form slim strips of wood encompasses both visual and structural grace. Via The Cool Hunter Read more […]
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Waffles Sneaker Delicacies Store by BEAVERHOUSEN

BEAVERHOUSEN designed a very clean white space for the Waffles Sneaker Delicacies Store in Brussels. Taking the name literally in order, they created a world that breaths waffles. The wall behind the counter and the counter itself are covered with white tiles to give the space a bakery feeling. The shelves are simplified waffle shapes made out of coated foam. The cut-aways in the waffle shapes proudly present colorful shoes. This creates a delicious contrast while a mirror behind every Read more […]
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Grey Goose Bar by Puresang

Puresang designed a full operating bar in the headquarters of Grey Goose in Brussels. The design became a very exciting play of blue mirrors, cut in triangles and mounted in 3d against the wall to create more depth and tactility in the rather small space. Grey Goose asked for a high-roller drinking environment that could also be used as a meeting room. That’s why the lightstructure is custommade for this project and reflects the sparkles of ice. The wall at the end of the bar gives the Read more […]
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Greenhouse by Verdickt & Verdickt Architecten

Located in Asse, Belgium, the Greenhouse, designed by Verdickt & Verdickt Architecten, stands out because of its affordability and heat trapping ability. The structure is framed by a ready-made steel structure and encased in an alternating series of super-insulating transparent glass and translucent polycarbonate plates. Extra insulation is also added at the back of the glass walls to shield certain areas of the house from the public eye. The house is furnished minimally with whites and Read more […]
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Moereels House by Jo Crepain

Jo Crepain renovated a concrete water tower into a house located in Brasschaat, Belgium. On the ground floor is a 6 meter high volume dropped around the four feet of the tower. Industrial u-glass covers three sides of the tower and clear glass with small balconies on the south side. Steel stairways connect the different levels inside the tower. At night fluorescent lamps behind the glass light the water tower in the forest of Brasschaat, Belgium. Photos removed by request of OWI // Office Read more […]
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Fragile-Lab by Import.Export Architecture

Fragile-Lab is a new complex construction, designed by Import.Export Architecture, located in Antwerpen, Belgium, that houses four functions: storage, showroom, office and a duplex apartment. The building is characterized by its light structure, featuring large expanses of glass and off-kilter columns. The architects aim was to intentionally make the building appear fragile. This is further enhanced by its many angles and almost see through interior. Inside, a full length green wall connects Read more […]
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