The Void House was designed by Gon Zifroni (Metahaven) assisted by POM-Archi for the construction and is located in Brussels, Belgium. The interior of the residence is highly original and, according to the architects, its aesthetics is given by the structure itself: “This design choice, linked to the creation of a continuous space and the absence of a ground floor, gives this project a resolutely modern character. The internal minimalism is the fruit of a pragmatic approach, which involved proceeding by elimination, thereby reducing the building to its essence. This minimalism can also be seen in the limited recurrence of structural elements (the stairs, which form a common thread throughout the internal design) and materials: aluminium, brushed metal and wood panelling on supporting walls and floors, which is made from natural bamboo slats processed without using any treatments or toxic adhesives“. We find this design approach fascinating, but not something that everyone would go for. What is your standpoint? [Photographer: Filip Dujardin]
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