By Magaly • Jan 27, 2017
In cities where historical buildings have stood for decades, it can be difficult to create a new space among the homes that already stand. Even when designers aren’t worried about matching the aesthetics and facades of the other homes on the street, they still have to consider their space carefully and, in most cases, they have to build upward! That was the case with this CAS 48 House and the final product, though wedged between two very different buildings, is simply stunning.
By Jessica • Aug 7, 2016
By Magaly • Mar 28, 2015
Maison Franken is a private residence located in Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium.
It was designed in 2007 by , and covers an area of 3,230 square feet.
Wall House is a private residence designed by .
It is located in Brussels, Belgium and was completed in 2013.
We recently stopped by at the Grand-Place in Brussels to take some shots of the electronic Christmas Tree that debuted on November 30th and will remain until the end of the year.
Replacing the traditional pine tree, this 2.0 Christmas tree has created some controversy with people calling it “an attack on Christmas due to values and traditions.”
created this contemporary loft, located in Brussels, Belgium, in 2011.
The space features a continuous stream of bamboo throughout its entirety.
is a Belgian artist, well known for his trademark sculptures made out of wooden planks.
His installations are built to provoke reaction and to intervene in the daily life of passersby confronted with his sculptures.
Brussels-based studio has completed the Creuse House project in 2009.
This 2,600 square foot three-story townhouse is located in Schaerbeek, one of the nineteen municipalities located in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium.
The architects Pascal Monniez and Catherine Maraite have remodeled and extended the house for themselves.
Tenbosch House is a recently opened hotel that comprises two contiguous Art Nouveau townhouses in the central quartier of Ixelles in Brussels, Belgium.
Owners Cedric Meuris and Bernard Devaux hired to transform two nineteenth-century houses into one exclusive hotel, “small enough to care, yet spacious enough to give you freedom and calm.”
Designer Michel Penneman and Catharina Eklof chose carefully mid century Scandinavian furniture to make the hotel “a place of serenity.”
The Villa Dirickz is located in Sint-Genesius-Rode, a city on the periphery of Brussels, Belgium.
The Villa was built by famous Belgian Architect Marcel Leborgne, a pioneer of contemporary architecture and one of the founders of Modernism in Belgium.