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Extension House In Waterloo / Louis Paillard Architects

Luc Boegly

  • Architects

    Louis Paillard Architects
  • Location

    Waterloo, Belgium
  • Category

    Extension
  • Lead Architects

    Deborah James
  • Design Team

    Louis Paillard Architects
  • Clients

    Private
  • Area

    100.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

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Text description provided by the architects. It’s the extension of a long house dating from the famous battle of Waterloo, lost as you know by Napoléon!

Luc Boegly

The customers are collectors of art (painting, pictures,drawing, ..). The project consists in creating a lived space gallery of exhibitions while setting in section, access and view towards the magnificent raised park, work of one of the 2 customers.

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Where the creation of windows centred towards the garden, but also towards the sky (well of light) for the contribution of natural and soft light on the exhibition, travels, spatial, filtrations of the natural light and the centring chosen on the landscape in the style of anamorphis of the existing “small farmhouse” decorated with no bricks but wood cladding which gives the image of an urban grange.

Luc Boegly



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