Minimalist loft house designed in 2013 by adn Architectures located in Brussels, Belgium.
Description by adn Architectures This undertaking was designed for a pair who needed a transformed loft that made environment friendly use of the area, which included an unfinished floor of M,030 sq. ft, partitions made from terracotta blocks, a uncooked concrete ceiling, home windows on two of the 4 partitions, and two technical ducts. The architects sought a purity of type and useful simplicity by way of the creation of two new volumes, three items of furnishings, and use of a really restricted set of supplies. The result’s two inner our bodies that embrace the envelope with out touching it; opaque, translucent, ethereal, and summary. The two metallic volumes on the bottom flooring home the 2 areas that require closing doorways: the toilet and the laundry room. The prime flooring conceal a bed room and an workplace.The place of those volumes alongside technical ducts determines totally different volumes with totally different qualities. The three items of furnishings then construction and provides perform to the remaining area: an extended kitchen cupboard in a slender area between the doorway and the laundry room, a wall of storage close to the doorway, and a library within the extra intimate area that results in the balcony. The supplies embrace polyurethane screed for the ground; strong or perforated metallic for the structuring parts, and stratified MDF for the furnishings, with a paint end to exacerbate the feel of the varied supplies. The ceiling is stored as-is to remind of the pre-present unified quantity.
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