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.


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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