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Symmetrical Tripartite Villa Moerkensheide

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Large arched windows, self-supporting wooden spiral-shaped staircase (slightly resembling the spinal skeleton of a dinosaur), hanging fireplace, oval shapes, and open floor plan clarity – all in this brick wall jewel is unusual, conceptually lived and provokes admiration. For this contemporary Belgium project and for its architects from Dieter De Vos Architecten  the number three has special significance – three gardens surround the house, one for the morning, one for the afternoon and one for the sunset. Also, the geometrical construct of the property represents a symmetric spatial configuration of three cubes around an equilateral triangle. Inside the living area is suffused in sunlight that pours trough three large arch – shaped windows. Three are the living areas on the ground floor; three are the rooms on the second floor, and so on.

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Resembling modernistic castle with plastic forms and minimalistic decoration, the house is rich with natural light that reflects from the white walls. The construction material palette as the color spectrum of the interior design stick’s to the natural scale; wood (as walls and cladding), hand-selected peat-fired bricks, leather, earthy colors – all is warm and natural. That in combination whit contemporary shapes and unusual architecture gives us an interior to remember.

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