Live/Work Space by Sculp(IT)

Architects Pieter Peerlings & Silvia Mertens are Sculp(IT), who live and work in this remmant space of 2.4 meters wide, 5.5 meters depth and 12 meters height. Four wooden floors between two existing walls organize this house. Downstairs for work, dining on the first, relaxing on the second, sleeping on the third and on the roof a place to go and enjoy the view. Photos by Luc Roymans Via Archinect Read more […]
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The Barn House by Buro2

Belgian architecture and interior design practice Buro2 transformed an old barn into a stylish new home, creating elegant interiors with a rustic touch. The interior includes living, dining and resting areas, but also a library and a small mezzanine hosting the en suite bedrooms. The architect created large openings at the two ends of the barn’s long rectangular shape from where the owners can enjoy wide and relaxing views of the countryside. Photos removed by request of OWI // Office for Read more […]
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House and Office by NU Architectuuratelier

NU Architectuuratelier projected this building with a double function: an advertising agency today with scope for conversion to housing tomorrow. This called for an open, flexible layout. Set on a white concrete plinth, the black sculpture is reminiscent of a modern villa, yet the north-light roof construction has the character of industrial architecture. Daylight enters through four north-light roofs, creating a diffused lighting mood in the white internal space. Photos removed by request Read more […]
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Cityscape by Arne Quinze

The Belgian designer Arne Quinze is going to build another of his giant wooden sculptures in the centre of Brussels, Belgium. The wooden artwork called Cityscape will be 40 meters long and 18 meters high. This piece of art, sponsored by MINI, will open 14 september and will stay in situ for a year. Via dezeen Read more […]
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