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House in Belgium is given a new, modern facility
This company is a renovation project, a house and stables of the 18th century has been transformed into a modern family home in Lennik, Belgium. It 'was designed by the firm of Farris was founded in Antwerp in 2013. An old farmhouse that has retained its rustic charm.
Country house Lennik, Belgium
The architects were commissioned Farris in the studio, at home and stables of a farm of the 18th century in Lennik, a small town in a rural area near Brussels, to transform it into a home. The desire of the family to get as much natural light as possible into the house while it was preserved its authentic charm. Joseph Farris decided to use a system of box to box to avoid possible chemical reactions with sulfates in the floor and walls of the old farmhouse. This system also provides the energy efficiency of the house.
House renovated with a new look
To obtain the necessary amount of natural light in every room, a concept has been applied, which is often seen in old farmhouses in the region - the doors and windows are bricked and cut pragmatically, so that the facade of a mosaic of fantasy of old and new scars represents. Typological elements are reinterpreted throughout the house. Fireplace that is 6 feet tall, is the heart of the home. The front garden has been developed to connect the farm with outbuildings. The courtyard is a mosaic of shapes and materials pragmatic typology.
Stained glass window built into the brick facade
small round pond behind the house
Swimming pool and terrace
open living room with garden view
gloss white kitchen