All posts with tag:Belgium

Belgian studio Juma Architects has created a comfortable and cozy design for a modern home, lost in the fields of the Flanders region. The designers decided to balance the conciseness of minimalistic interiors with the help of warm colors, which certainly filled the stylish modern spaces with glass walls with comfort. Since there is not…

Belgium is one of the recognized capitals of minimalism, with its own style and charm. In the works of AE Studio, Belgian contemporary design is revealed in all its beauty: a strict base with industrial elements, natural materials in light soothing shades, sophisticated decor and impeccable lines. We have already posted about the works of…

After recent reconstruction, this once old rural house near Brussels is unrecognizable – designers so skillfully preserved some features of the rustic style and combined them with exquisite modern techniques, that now you cannot say there used to be a dilapidated cottage on this place. Wooden ceilings in some rooms, natural stone floors and a…

When the famous set designer and stylist Melanio Gomez moved from New York to Brussels, he immediately decided for himself that he wanted to live in the old center, next to the Grand Place. The abandoned building of an old bookshop, information about which has been going on since the 17th century, immediately attracted him,…

Belgian Vincent van Duysen, one of the most influential architects and designers of our time, recently showed the interiors of his own home. He is a striking representative of modern minimalism, although Vincent himself does not like this comparison – unlike faceless and sterile minimalist interiors, his spaces are warm and textured. So his house…

Last week we posted about the apartment in a former glass factory in the Belgian city of Ghent. Today we want to show another home in the same complex, which, being also industrial in its essence, turned out to be softer and brighter than the previous one. There are no rough concrete surfaces, the walls…

The industrial beauty of an old glass factory in Ghent, Belgium, is redefined by the design of this trendy loft apartment for a young family. Rough concrete surfaces, steel furniture and windows, oak parquet are ideally combined here with soft natural textiles, modern Scandinavian furniture and stylish lighting fixtures. The apartment has a separate entrance…