House Olmen by Pascal François Architects

House Olmen by Pascal François Architects

Architects: Pascal François Architects
Location: Olmen, Antwerp, Belgium
Year: 2015
Photo courtesy: Frederik Vercruysse
Description:

An old three – façade house, joined with the animal dwellingplace, was wrecked and supplanted by a contemporary horse shelter sort building which was manufactured behind the current development and which must be in accordance with extremely strict building regulations.

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The new building is to some degree unaligned with the current outbuilding, therefore making ensured outside spaces as two porches. The transversely situated steed stable finishes the set-up.

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Legitimate materials underline the building’s neighborhood character. The rooftop and the façade of the fundamental building are secured with 50 cm since quite a while ago red tiles, with no obvious drains. The sliding windows in oak have a warm completing in copper all things considered.

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The inside environment is made by normal light and amazing perspectives on the encompassing nature. Severe materials, oak specifically, improve the amicability.

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This striking, very much adjusted venture shows uprightness, without the smallest aspiration to be stylish.

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