Phillipe Samyn and B. Vleurick from the architectural firm SAMYN and PARTNERS designed this project which is located in Brussels, Belgium and has an area of 560 square meters. The most striking of its exterior are its side walls, as well as the back, which have been covered with vertical gardens composed of a selection of exotic plants chosen by the botanical artist Patrick Blanc and extending to cover the ceiling. An excellent choice, as it not only offers freshness to the interior of the house, but also offers a high degree of privacy. However, and as a contrast in the design, the front wall of the house has been designed in glass, covering from side to side so that the space is filled with natural light during the daylight time.
In the first level, we find the entrance hall, as well as the social areas, the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, which have been distributed throughout the space.
The second level includes the master bedroom with its bathroom, as well as the bedrooms for children and their respective bathrooms.
The upper level has a beautiful wooden ceiling in which you can see the beams that cross it, as well as floors and walls lined in wood.