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Well: Transforming a Belgian Home into a Modern Marvel

Modern kitchen with sleek cabinets, dining area, and garden view.

Amidst the urban landscape of Mortsel, Belgium, stands Well, a single-family home with a story of transformation. This property, originally a multi-family dwelling, was reimagined by Memo Architectuur in 2023 into a modern, industrial sanctuary.

The renovation, driven by a desire for natural light and space optimization, honors the building’s heritage while infusing sustainable and aesthetic elements. Once a dilapidated structure, Well now showcases the perfect blend of functionality and design, offering a unique living experience in the heart of the city.

Warm Nest: A Trailblazing Therapeutic Space

Warm Nest: A Trailblazing Therapeutic Space

Explore Warm Nest, Ark-Shelter‘s innovative healing facility in Knokke-Heist, Belgium. Merging modern, wooden design with the Maggie care philosophy, it redefines therapeutic architecture. Created with a focus on patients’ diverse needs, Warm Nest offers brain-healthy spaces amid nature, emphasizing sustainable design for future wellbeing.

This sanctuary is more than a building; it’s a holistic approach to healing, blending architectural elegance with compassionate care.

KAP Turnhout: Elegant Apartments in a Revived Monastery

KAP Turnhout: Elegant Apartments in a Revived Monastery

KAP apartments in Turnhout, Belgium, artfully transform a historic monastery into a modern living haven. Designed by Britt Van Namen, these residences retain the monastery’s classical beauty – high ceilings, majestic glass surfaces – while infusing contemporary architectural elements. The design highlights include an LED-lit kitchen hidden within a cupboard wall and a master suite graced with original church windows. Here, history intertwines with modern luxury, offering an unparalleled living experience.

Dailly Courtyard House: Eco-Chic Living

Dailly Courtyard House: Eco-Chic Living

Discover Dailly, Mamout Architectes‘ latest creation in Brussels, Belgium: a courtyard house that redefines sustainability.

Crafted in 2022, Dailly stretches 22 meters, skillfully utilizing materials reclaimed from a former warehouse. It features a sequence of rooms unified by two courtyards, with a dramatic double-height central space for vertical movement. The design reflects a commitment to eco-friendly practices, highlighted by the use of repurposed marble, glazed brick, and natural insulating materials.

BRDN: Industrial Chic Transforms a Brussels Home

BRDN: Industrial Chic Transforms a Brussels Home

BRDN is a family home in Brussels, Belgium, reimagined by Bauclub in 2021 with an industrial design flair. This project transforms the space, enhancing the connection between the home and its garden.

The redesign features a fluid sequence from common to private areas, with a repositioned entrance and a multipurpose space as a transitional area. Central to the home, the kitchen acts as the hub, connecting various spaces. The renovation includes updated bedrooms and bathrooms, a new bedroom in the extension, and an attic for the parents with a skylight view of Kauwberg’s natural park.

The house, preserving its original identity, adapts to modern functional and energy needs, showcasing pre-existing elements in a new light.

Modernist-Style House: Elegant, Open-Plan Revival

Modernist-Style House: Elegant, Open-Plan Revival

Step into the Modernist-style House in Aalst, Belgium—a 1960s residence artfully reenvisioned by Objekt Architecten in 2022. Embracing the home’s original modernist essence, this renovation breathes new life into its space. The once dim interiors now boast an airy openness, blending original architectural elements with sleek, contemporary finishes. This harmonious union of old and new sets the stage for a modernist revival, masterfully tailored to enrich our clients’ lifestyle.

Benedictus: A New Age Brick House in Historic Mortsel

Benedictus: A New Age Brick House in Historic Mortsel

Mortsel, Belgium, known for its vibrant culture and rich history, has just welcomed a new architectural gem. Benedictus, a brick house redesigned by Poot Architecture in 2022, stands as a breath of fresh air among the 1950s and 1960s monotonous homes.

Embracing the rare inspiration from bay windows, the design fuses neutral red brick with contemporary nuances. The heart of this home? A central oval staircase that seamlessly ties together versatile living spaces, while also reserving corners for peace and focus.