Situated on a charming village road in Anzegem, House L-C is a semi-open house diverging of the side façade becomes a part of the view of the house and therefore also contributes to the street scenery.
Because of the narrow, construction-free, garden strip and the proximity of the neighbor, it was decided to have the side façade staggered in relation to the plot boundary.
An animated, second ‘street façade’ is created, instead of a monotonous façade. The ‘zigzag’-movement of the façade allows the side garden to be developed into a full addendum of the house, instead of just a driveway.
Inspiration from architects:
The design of the house manifests itself as a composition of three cubes and varying roof heights. The rectangular spaces with functions as office, kitchen and living room are connected with their corners, by opening them. This creates an interesting mutual relationship, which is accentuated by the concrete beams, supporting the upper level and roof.