Factory Life Residence/Workplace Complex by Julie D'Aubioul
by Ted Savage / May 1, 2013
Turning a spacious 1880s industrial building into an outer shell, Factory Life Residence/Workplace Complex by Julie D'Aubioul, in Kapellestraat, Waarschoot, Belgium, separates structural exterior and insulation by populating the large volume with self-contained modules for living and work.


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The result is a kind of covered mall, providing a degree of protection from weather conditions, while remaining flexible and expandable. The complex contains architect D'Aubioul, her partner's automotive workshop, and the couple's home. Via ArchDaily. Photos by Tim Van de Velde.

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