In Belgium, the Ghent agency Wim Goes Architectuur sign an extension of a dwelling house. Open wood construction, simple and refined at a time.
Located in the hamlet of Bachte-Maria-Leerne in 10 kilometers of Ghent, in the extension of an existing home, this cladding structure slatted covers a wine cellar and flirts with the bank of the adjacent pond. Chanting the facade, the amounts for wood create an indoor-outdoor space, thick and functional boundary between the garden and the house.
For more information, visit the website Wim Goes Architectuur.
Source: The Cool Hunter