This residential villa on the outskirts of Antwerp in Belgium was initially designed by Nachman Kaplansky in 1934. After being rebuilt in the 60s, it has slowly lost its glamour so when B-architecten studio arrived at the sight, they decided to treat the forgotten building to a total makeover and bring back its 1930s glamour.
Keeping up with its reputation as being the city of excellence in the fields of architecture, interior design and art, Antwerp strikes again. This time by introducing a new concept restaurant, RAS. Restaurant Aan de Stroom (The restaurant by the river) is situated in the historic Zuiderterras building, designed by architect Bob Van Reeth.
Antwerp-based studio Uber and Kosher has been around for over 13 years as leading players in the Belgian art scene. By working with a wide range of disciplines, Martijn Vogelaerts and Deborah Bloemen offer concept and identity design, artwork, styling, graphic design and consultancy for the fashion, music, art and film industry.
Antwerp’s most chic shopping and dining destination, Graanmarkt 13, now features rentable apartments too. The remarkable concept occupies an entire townhouse in the center of Antwerp with the traditional building being reworked by Vincent Van Duysen, one of Belgian’s best architects.
Frederik Vercruysse is an Antwerp based photographer. He describes his work as still life photography in the broad sense of the word. Approaching Architecture and Interior photography from the same angle,
Belgian photographer Frederik Vercruysse shows a series of photographs that came to life during an ‘artist in residency’ project in Villa Lena, Tuscany.
A harmonious transition between art, design and functional objects makes Wenes live/work space stand out. Couple Veerle Wenes and Bob Christiaens merged a 19th-century building and a 1970s building into one, making it their residential home and a public art gallery. The multi-level exhibition space is located next to the