Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Garden, Pool, Terrace, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

GENETS 3 was completed in 2006 by the Kraainem based studio Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners. This stylish 10,764 square foot contemporary home enjoys the green surroundings through the wonderful double-height glass walls. The pool is half indoor and half outdoor, with a retractable hard cover.

GENETS 3 is located in Belgium.

Terrace, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Outdoor Pool, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Indoor & Outdoor Pool, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Hard Pool Cover, Home Theatre, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Open Plan Dining & Living, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Sofas, Chairs, Art, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

White Dining Table, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Coffee Table, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Mirror, Art, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Art, Hallway, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Bedroom, Modern Fireplace, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Contemporary Fireplace, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Modern Bathroom, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

Ground Floor Plan, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

First Floor Plan, Sophisticated Glass Home in Belgium

GENETS 3 in Belgium, details by Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners:

“This house is limited to a single level, it is weightless on the water area that separates it from the entrance avenue. To the left, the entrance shows its gallery wall. Descend a level, the construction frames the view over the fields, the countryside is yours.

To the left, behind you, a series of levels interrupted by stairs that stretch outside bring the profile of the site together. To the right, beyond the overhanging part that covers the dining room, the kitchen benefits from a lateral patio that bathes in the morning sun.

Go down further, the garden continues right up to the old trees in front of a swimming pool that is so long that it takes the liberty to fold back into the building through the fault-line freed up under the built-up framework. It is all arranged for one to feel good: exercise, relaxation, cinema room, enological living room with a direct view over the beautiful cars.

Here, the heart is in the bowels of the earth. Photographer Jo Pauwels. Four bedrooms complemented with an office on the mezzanine are arranged at the +1 level, the apartment of the owners is organized higher up on the roof, in a vast room devoid of partitions to make the bedroom into a covered terrace when the weather is good.

Here, the heart is in the stars. Photo art works delivered by Artphotoexpo New York (Carla Gitare, Philippe Robert, Seb Fariak, Walter Chris) and Absolute Art Gallery.”

Photos By: Jean-Luc Laloux

Like
Share

You Might Also Like

Contemporary House in Ahmedabad, India by Hiren Patel Architects
Contemporary House in Ahmedabad, India by Hiren Patel Architects
House in the Garden, Dallas, Texas by Cunningham Architects
House in the Garden, Dallas, Texas by Cunningham Architects
Mountain Home with Incredible Views in Ecuador
Mountain Home with Incredible Views in Ecuador
Charming Minimalist Townhouses in Brighton, Australia
Charming Minimalist Townhouses in Brighton, Australia
The Long Barn, Bedfordshire, England by Nicolas Tye Architects
The Long Barn, Bedfordshire, England by Nicolas Tye Architects
The Vivienda 19 by A-cero, Near Madrid, Spain
The Vivienda 19 by A-cero, Near Madrid, Spain

Post a Comment