Industrial Home in Suburban Belgium

A black saw toothed factory roof building with a bright white interior was the starting point for this amazing Belgian house by architect Pascal Francois. The Flanders-located family house opted to construct the building from scratch, tapping the architect who is known for maximizing light, functionality, materialization and detail. The inside of the standout suburban home is comprised of two main divisions, one for a living space and the other divided into a bath and bedroom. Spectacular!

Photography by Tim Van de Velde
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Architecture belgian DESIGN industrial design
Amanda Jakubik

Year Born: 1987
Location: NYC // How many hours a day are you on the web? 5
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