House G-S by Graux & Baeyens Architects
by Ted Savage / September 21, 2012
Stripped down to nothing but facade, stairwell, and roof truss, House G-S by Graux & Baeyens Architects goes massive makeover on a rundown 19th century waterfront structure in the busy port town of Ghent in Belgium, inserting a white interior and an expansive view of the docks into the heritage shell.


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The project reflects Ghent's mix of traditional working class history, fine art museums, and major university academia. Via Remodelista. Photos: Luc Roymans.

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