A modern design project on the Belgian coast by the top architect, Olivier Dwek, creates that perfect dialogue between architecture and nature. This modern house looks like a single villa, but inside we discovered that there are actually three different apartments (one on each level) of around 200 square meters each.
Simplicity permeates the architecture of this refuge that has a cubist touch and the modern style of the early twentieth century, a time that Olivier Dwek is passionate about.
In the facades, the natural stone has a gray tone that fuses with the dominant color of the sky, reinforcing the dialogue between the building and its surroundings. The terraces were designed to protect from the rain and at the same time invite you to admire the landscape.
The Designer took special care of natural light to highlight works of art and furniture. Modern furniture pieces by Vladimir Kagan, Ado Chale, Charlotte Perriand, George Nakashima and Pierre Jeannere, among others, as well as abstract paintings by Günter Förgadorn the floor of a couple of collectors who fell in love with the place.
Passionate about the decorative arts and modernist furniture, Dwek conceives projects that give off rigor but at the same time inject a dose of warmth, which results in a timeless and serene elegance.
Source: AD Spain