This wonderful project, belonging to a collector of butterflies, is located in the wooded area of a residential park in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium and has an approximate area of 410 square meters. The development of the project was undertaken by the architectural firm Dhoore Vanweert Architekten in 2013.
It has wonderful and very well maintained outdoor areas, allowing us to enjoy hours of relaxation and fun with friends and family.
In the backyard, we can find a swimming pool that will delight those who live there, and even their guests, offering wonderful terraces surrounded by beautiful green gardens and decorated with modern outdoor furniture that invites us to fully enjoy these areas.
A glass wall that goes from end to end connects the interior with the exterior and allows the sunlight and the greenery of its gardens to penetrate the house, filling it and creating that amazing feeling of being in contact with nature.
From the white, spacious, and modern kitchen-dining room, and even from the living room, we can enjoy the wonderful views through the glass walls.
In the evening, sitting comfortably under the moonlight in the terrace, we can enjoy wonderful moments of relaxation and fun with family and friends.
About Magaly Cabrera
Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it.
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And killing ground for birds… with all these reflective glass.