Denis-Ortmans house by Dethier Architecture
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Denis-Ortmans house by Dethier Architecture

Situated at the crest of the hill in a beautiful landscape, the Denis-Ortmans house is an 15×7.5×3 meters glazed box which completely pre-fabricated and assembled on a set of foundation pillars.

Architects: Dethier Architecture
Location: Jehanster, Theux, Belgium
Photography: Jean-Paul Legros

© Jean-Paul Legros

The house’s colour schemes was created by Belgian firm Dethier Architecture in collaboration with the artist Jean Glibert .

© Jean-Paul Legros

© Jean-Paul Legros

Inspiration from architect:

The design for the Denis-Ortmans house arose from discussions concerning the scope of possibilities for single-family dwellings that respect the rules of sustainable development. We used cutting-edge technology to create a structure that was economical and environmentally friendly, provided a comfortable living space, and which reflected an informed approach to contemporary design.


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