Article source: GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten
A narrow plot in combination with a very dens program (a home and a physiotherapist practice) resulted in a building that challenges the envelope of the planning regulations.
To escape the limitations of de non-building area’s on the sides of the house, the traditional dwelling-program is switched: the day-light functions ( kitchen, dining room, living room en terraces) are located on top of the night functions (bedrooms and bathrooms).
- Architects: GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten
- Project: House D-Z
- Location: Mullem, Belgium
- Client: family DZ
- Design: 2009-2010
- Interior design: 2010-2012
- Start construction: January 2011
- Software used: AutoCad