House VZ B

This house, built in the sixties in the Antwerp Kempen region, was given a new look, remodeled and extended with a Children’s Pavilion on top of the existing building. The architecture is like a brutalist building box with the interior as a fine fitting puzzle. The accommodation is reduced to the essence, only natural and light materials were chosen. 

Furniture full of character contrast with the spontaneous shape of bespoke infrastructure. The kitchen is the heart of the house. The deliberate liaison and the grid pattern of the columns gives the house a self-evident and peaceful appearance.  


Location: Malle

Year: 2004 - 2005

Photography: Jo Pauwels