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Homes with high levels of creativity, for the capital region is not shabby!


This unusual project is part of Pieter Peerlings & Silvia Mertens' sculp(IT), Belgian architects thirsty for innovation. In an exiguous 240m2 area, they could conceive a spectacular mix of house-and-studio in the midst of Antwerp, the second biggest city of Belgium. Over an iron foundation, four wooden pavements were laid, creating floors of 60 m2/each. The main idea was: a floor where you could work, have some rest, have a meal and take a sleep. And don't forget of an open-air cover with a bathtub, where you can appreciate the landscape of the region. Talking about the region, the architects also took a particularity of the neighborhood, the ancient "brothel display windows". But, instead of showing almost-naked models, they are only huge glass windows which stand for natural illumination during the day and an amazing scenery during the night.










The interesting aspect of this house is the increase in population in crowded no one could count them & more the type of construction that is built up.  not to mention the increasingly expensive land prices.  Despite the high level needs, within three weeks of each floor is built one by one, as hydraulic, electrical and heating parts.  a large spiral staircase connecting all of them standing upright.

All furniture and equipment should be regulated because of the limited area of ​​the house, but they become perfect and have the end result is amazing.  Buildings that appear in places that used to be the friendly alley can not be modern, clean, simple and very stylish.

Homes with high levels of creativity, for the capital region is not shabby! Reviewed by fachrifaul on 1:04 AM Rating: 5
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