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Charles Kaisin

Never underestimate the power of simplicity. The creative hub of a talented designer-architect, this Brussels live-and-work space is filled with elegant furniture and statement art that straddle the worlds of art and design.


Season:
Spring


Location:
Brussells, Belgium


Credits:
Chris Tubbs/GAP Interiors


Feature No:   1608 

Qty of Images:    21 

 



 
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Synopsis
Less is very often more, as this Belgian home, with its pared-down, yet striking interior, proves. Working streamlined style to stunning effect, gleaming white walls, herringbone parquet and soft concrete floors form the backdrop of this contemporary living space. Wanting a design that was clean and neutral that would allow him show off the homeowner’s favourite things, the decoration is kept minimal combining the period architecture of this grand private home at the front of the building with a modern extension at the back.

 

 

 
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