Located in Mullem, Oudenaarde, Belgium, House D-Z by GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten | The Hardt
Located in Mullem, Oudenaarde, Belgium, House D-Z by GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten. The 2,830 ft² (263 m²) house is situated on a narrow plot in combination with a very dense program (a home and a physiotherapist practice) resulted in a building that challenges the envelope of the planning regulations. The monolithic volume of the house is chopped up into smaller entities. By shifting the entities, the direct sunlight enters the house and different relationships occur within the house and its surroundings. The relationship with the surrounding plots has been optimized by the positioning of the windows. The right façade opens up to the green of the neighbors and the morning sun enters the living areas.
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