Vandemoortele Residence: a 1970s Concrete Villa Renovation in Belgium
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Vandemoortele Residence: a 1970s Concrete Villa Renovation in Belgium

Together with designer friends, Nathalie Vandemoortele had renovated a 1970s concrete villa into a home. This Belgian fashion retailer stumbled upon this fortress-like house in the countryside near Ghent, Belgium.

Interior architect: Renaud de Poorter, Femke Holdrinet / De Poorter-Holdrinet
Location: Ghent, Belgium
Photography: Frederik Vercruysse, Courtesy of Bouwmeester De Clercq

The concrete structure was built in 1972 by a pair of Ghent architects, Johan Raman and Fritz Schaffrath, a lush gardens with a beautiful pond, a terrace with a built-in concrete table and barbecue.

House features abstract paintings and drawings by Belgian artist Hugo de Clercq.


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