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Farmhouse is a renovation project that turned an 18th-century house and stables into a modern property located in Lennik, Belgium.
It was undertaken by the Antwerp-based Studio Farris in 2013.
Farmhouse by Studio Farris:
“Studio Farris architects was commissioned to convert the 2 house and stables of an 18th century farm situated in Lennik, a little town in an agricultural region close to Brussels, into a single loved ones house.
The family’s want was to get as considerably normal light as feasible to enter the home even though sustaining its genuine charm.
Giuseppe Farris opted for a box-in-box technique to avoid any chemical reactions with sulfates in the ground and walls of the authentic farm. this technique also requires care of the energy-efficiency of the property.
To offer each room with the necessary sum of natural light, a notion that is frequently observed in previous farms about the spot was utilized: windows and doors are bricked up and minimize out in a pragmatic way, making the façade a whimsical patchwork of previous and new scars.
Typological fragments are reinterpreted throughout the home. The fireplace, which is a 6 meter (twenty foot) substantial, suspended steel building, is the heart of the home.
The front backyard was created to connect the farmhouse and its outbuildings.
The backyard is a patchwork of pragmatic shapes in typological materials that improve the experience of the surroundings. “Internet site Program
Photos by: Tim Van de Velde