Born from Natural Stone: House located in Brussels is a unique combination of stone and raw materials

Born from Natural Stone: House located in Brussels is a unique combination of stone and raw materials

3 February, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

This very unusual looking three-storey house has been built with stone facades surrounding the entire house to complete the very natural and rugged look of this property. It is located in Brussels in Belgium and is very close to a steep slope of a cliff and was created by AND’ROL Architecture. The spacious interior has open plan living area and pronounced modern elements, with the continuation of the very natural and raw look and feel of the interior. The differing textures help to keep the theme between the interior and exterior very consistent and give the room some added depth and interest. From the pictures we can see that the kitchen uses a similar stone to the exterior to make up its work surfaces and also uses a brushed metal to contrast beautifully with the matt texture of the stone. Overall a very unique and raw styled house.

gray exterior

house of crushed stone

gray stone in the exterior

unusual house

stone house

house at the precipice

kitchen an dining room

unusual kitchen interior

concrete ceiling and a wooden staircase

staircase with wooden steps and white railing

deep sill

location of the house on a plot

 

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