In the design of this minimalist home, Belgian architect Bruno Erpicum has given top priority to the proportions and the balance created between opposing concepts such as full and empty space, the light and shadow, and interior and exterior.
A simple parallelepiped, covered with white cement, of two-story houses. The ground floor permanent dialogue with the garden through glass walls, and the first floor closed by walls without windows, receiving the natural light that penetrates through an inner courtyard and a skylight.
The kitchen is equipped with a design of John Pawson for Obumex. Outdoor furniture in wood by th firm of Zen which extends being in the garden.
Living and dining area with double height ceiling with pieces like the couch PK 22 by Poul Kjaerholm and the chair CH24 by Hans Wegner along with a simply styled table in wood of Zen.
In the private areas on the first floor, and throughout the home, the white color opposed with natural material.
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