This site is located along the river and is characterised by a group of trees.
The house is orientated towards the garden and parallel to the river. At the south a facade was created with a strong rhythm of solid columns inspired by the trees and the way they are planted.
At the north the house is organised around a patio which acts as a buffer towards the street and light enters central in the house.
Inside, the columns offer you a specific view into the garden as well as into the patio. The vertical circulation divides the house in two: kitchen and bathroom on one side and living and bedroom at the other.
Typical Belgian building materials were combined in an abstract palette: rough masonry walls, Belgian bluestone flooring, dark steel window frames, and rough textured interior plasterwork.