Modern Residence with Surprising and Daring Interiors in Belgium

Modern Residence with Surprising and Daring Interiors in Belgium

This diverse and enchanting home comes from AABE and is located in Belgium. It measures 800 square meters and reaches six meters in hight. Here is more information from the architects: ” [This is a] residence based on two rings: a vertical ring ensures the connection between the levels, a horizontal ring includes the earth pressure at the rear and forms the interface between the main part and the rooms on the first floor. Everything is designed so as not to have to reveal the intimacy of the premises to passers-by, in this way, only a small section of the South facing garden is reserved to welcoming visitors and the entrance to the garage. To the right, the site climbs. Steps lead you to two levels in the area bathed in light … the upper garden.” What we absolutely love about it is its captivating interior design. The stylish black, white and red color palette is a good starting point for quite a few spectacular contrasts all throughout the residence. Contemporary furniture with dramatic and unexpected shapes, floor to ceiling windows, tasteful art decorations…would we be wrong to say this home has it all?

5 comments

  • Tomas Turecek September 22, 2010 at 10:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    I like the colour contrasts (red armchair, red photo, pink carpet aso.) but otherwise it is pretty boring to me. I really can’t imagine it for family living. With it’s austere and minimalistic design it reminds me half equipped administrative building. The garden, on the other hand, is a place for serene meditation.

  • Oliver September 22, 2010 at 11:36 AMLogin to Reply →

    wonderful house — like the clearness

  • dalinh September 22, 2010 at 13:12 PMLogin to Reply →

    nothing else more wonderful

  • carl September 23, 2010 at 15:24 PMLogin to Reply →

    I love how the artwork in some of these homes say so much about the owners… a naked chick on a horse… lol.

  • bipsie May 24, 2011 at 13:04 PMLogin to Reply →

    just love the straight lines…..very neat