Blending into the lush nature surroundings in the middle of the woods near Bruxelles, the Forest Pavilion is a small living unit looks like a black zinc box floating on the slope.
Architects Stekke + Fraas built a two-storey refuge for a young couple: in daytime it absorbes the radiant light of the woods, at night its a comforting shelter against darkness.
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The eight concrete piles gave the advantage to open up the back of the volume and be on the same height of the tree trunks. Inside, two levels communicate through the use of open space planning.