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House T

2015, Flanders (BE)

House T is situated in an agricultural context and comprises of three building volumes connected to each other. Each one is unique in context and characteristics. A renovated listed farmhouse from 1798 connects to the by law predefined volume of the main house through a glass passage. The differences between the building volumes are not so much a statement of preference or taste, but rather the outcome of the logical considerations of three very different conditions. This is nowhere more apparent than with the windows.

Photos by Filip Dujardin and Wim Goes Architectuur

2015, Flanders (BE)

House T is situated in an agricultural context and comprises of three building volumes connected to each other. Each one is unique in context and characteristics. A renovated listed farmhouse from 1798 connects to the by law predefined volume of the main house through a glass passage. The differences between the building volumes are not so much a statement of preference or taste, but rather the outcome of the logical considerations of three very different conditions. This is nowhere more apparent than with the windows.

Photos by Filip Dujardin and Wim Goes Architectuur
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