Today we will talk about the architectural company Mechelen-based, which has designed a structure in Brecht (Belgium) on the project VB4, which is a kind of small copy of an existing house. The craftsmen were commissioned to design it in the form of an A-frame, to recreate in it a festive mood and coziness.
This structure is located in a former recreation area, but still have to comply with the relevant building codes. The designers had a hard time coming up with a design to get a pyramid shape on trapezoidal wooden structures. Thanks to high quality materials and ultramodern technology, however, they were able to connect the library room, kitchen, living room, bathroom, and hallway with each other.
The front and back sides of the building are fully glazed, which allows you to enjoy the beautiful view of the garden and pond. The concept of the building is based on the "dialogue" between old and new trends, privacy and openness, glass and wood. And yet these totally different parts are connected by a common idea – creating a comfortable place for unrivaled recreation for the whole family.