House K by GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten
by Ted Savage / March 6, 2013
An interestingly irregular site and nearby neighbours pose the challenge for House K by GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten, in Buggenhout, Belgium.


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A tapered volume and strategic positioning of ceiling-to-floor windows provide ample daylight and views with privacy.

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The brown-and-beige brick exterior, with black aluminum framing, and operable white aluminum slats, harmonize with the wooded small town setting. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Luc Roymans.

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