Built in close collaboration with Belgium’s largest turnkey construction company, this house turns traditional solutions upside down in several ways.
Formally, its most striking feature is the split roof. One roof contains extra guest rooms, while the other adds volume and grandeur to a tightly organized, all-inclusive ground floor. Despite Its modest appearance, the house hosts a surprisingly generous interior, merging living, dining, kitchen, study and greenhouse.
Blending in with the quiet row of detached houses around, it manifests its richness in the details. The exterior materials balance degrees of tactility and a muted range of color tones, while every area of the living floor enjoys combinations of different light, visual depths and views to the street, the upper floor, the garden, or the nearby fields with the Atomium in the distance.