Mozart

Mozart

Architect
Poot Architectuur
Location
Antwerp, Belgium | View Map
Project Year
2021
Category
Private Houses
Stijn Bollaert

Mozart

Poot Architectuur as Architects

A 19th-century grand townhouse in the centre of Antwerp is being thoroughly renovated. The orientation and the high dividing wall at the back of the plot limit the entry of sunlight. Sober design interventions are sought that deal with these problems while retaining the grandeur of the house. The rear building is replaced by a new, tall annex. Its corner is cut off in function of sunlight access and elegance. The living and home office spaces spread out over two levels and are connected by different views that also allow sunlight to flow through. Terraces are conceived on different levels for every moment of the day. Royal outside stairs gives the modest garden a spatial added value.

photo_credit Stijn Bollaert
Stijn Bollaert
photo_credit Stijn Bollaert
Stijn Bollaert
photo_credit Stijn Bollaert
Stijn Bollaert

Team:

Architect: Poot architectuur

Main architects: Sarah Poot / Vjera Sleutel

Photographer: Stijn Bollaert

photo_credit Stijn Bollaert
Stijn Bollaert
photo_credit Stijn Bollaert
Stijn Bollaert
photo_credit Stijn Bollaert
Stijn Bollaert
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