Creative Home in Belgium, Alternating Open and Closed Spaces
Despite urban planning restriction, Tsl House displays an eye-catching design and plenty of sustainable features. Offering its inhabitants a total living space of 3,700 square feet, this modern Belgian home, designed by Brussels-based studio Adn Architecture and located in Walloon Brabant, is highly inspirational. The building takes advantage of the small, but significant variation of the terrain. A garage was improvised on the side of the project facing the street, while the rest of the residence seems partially immersed in the ground. Once inside, a potential visitor is confronted with an interesting duality of open/closed spaces. The defining white is visually contrasted by black window frames and wooden accents, creating strong effects. How do you appreciate the overall design and architecture of this Belgian home and what would you change, in order to make it more inviting?