Following the philosophy of “less is more”, Van Staeyen’s architects modernized this house built in the seventies outside of Antwerp.
For transforming the home into a fresh, young, contemporary homeThe first step of the renovation was to knock down some walls to open the rooms and create multifunctional cross spaces, ideal for an active and dynamic family that loves to spend time chatting and cooking together.
The kitchen was designed with a central round island that acts as a dining table thanks to the mustard-coloured stools that surround it.
The design of the furniture, functional and modern, bets on the combination of white and green with lacquer finish to enhance the natural light of the house.
The oven and the microwave were arranged in a column, leaving a surprising gap in the upper and lower areas that visually connects with the living room.
The hall was built on a concrete loft that flirts with the industrial style and shapes the structure of the sofas, organized in orange elongated modules to accommodate all members.
Project and information: Courtesy of Van Staeyen Interior Architects.
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