Karrenberg, Hoeilaart. 

A view to build. On a tiny road leading up a hill amidst the forest, a home was built for years to come.
A place modestly blending with the neighbouring cottages. The trees defined the design of the house they surround. The architect literally climbing up a tree to determine the future view from the comfy chair. Its signature shapes, bricks, and natural elements, make one believe that this house used to be a manufactory ruin, here long before any other house. Today, this family home offers a continuous equilibrium of life, play and work. The lofty feel ensures the household connection while the little corners offer peaceful protection.
A house built to grow old with the family.

Credit Photos : Sébastien Delahaye

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