Mathilde / NU Architectuur

NU Architectuuratelier - mathilde house

The renovated Mathilde house, positioned between a busy street on the front and a big garden on the back, designed by Belgian NU Architectuuratelier led by Armand Eeckels and Halewijn Lievens.

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Photography by Stijn Bollaert

Tumbling blocks tiling

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Tumbling blocks floor tiles, a geometric pattern of light, medium and dark colors that has been used in a variety of applications for thousands of years; images by Stijn Bollaert.

DNA house / BLAF Architects

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DNA, a cross shaped private house made of re-used bricks, located in Asse, Belgium, designed by BLAF Architecten.

Photos by Stijn Bollaert – via i love belgium

HVW/CAPAC / Low Architecten

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The facade of  HVW/CAPAC– federal offices for migration- in Brussels designed by the Belgian studio Low Architecten.

Photos by Stijn Bollaert