Waasmunster House by Ono architectuur

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AUTHOR:

Ono architectuur

YEAR:

2011

LOCATION:

Waasmunster, Belgium

PHOTOGRAPHS:

images © Filip Dujardin

SOURCE: 

europaconcorsi - 

TXT:

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

ARCHITECTURE

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

FAMILY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

CONTINUITY, SKIN 

DETAILS:

MAP_BELGIUM

A central patio forms the heart of the house and brings strong light to the surrounding spaces. Roof volumes mark certain areas in the enclosed volumes by the light they provide but also by the elevated heights they create. The limited budget compels the use of simple constructions, capturing the pure essence of the materials they are composed of. It is a house made as a composition of things. Each of the components is at its own a banal type: a concrete slab, masonry in concrete blocks, a wooden roof, simple greenhouse glazing, drains designed as spouts, prefab concrete wall cladding as countable oversized stones… It is in their composition that they become interesting.

from: europaconcorsi

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