Graux & Baeyens Architecten completed House K in 2012. It’s an innovative project located in Buggenhout, Belgium, in a tranquil, wooded area.
The house perfectly adapted the challenging form of the plot, providing architectural value. One of its main assets is the patio which abounds in light and gives life to this contemporary home.
The ground floor accommodates the entrance, the sleeping area, the bathroom and the storeroom.
The construction provides enough light and views but it also offers privacy. The materials used such as light brown / beige brick,black aluminum joinery and white aluminum, emphasize the modern aspect of the property.
Photos by: Luc Roymans, Dennis Desmet