Based in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium, JUMA architects founded by Mathieu Luyens & Julie van De Keere unveiled a new architectural design that hits close to home – their own personal living space and office space.
The HH47 House settled amongst Belgium’s rural outskirts is a beautifully contrasting residence tucked into the private, countryside. The long driveway away from the street leads to a quaint inner court before connecting to the main housing area. Three volumes make up the design, all varying in composition of the office for the owners, double garage with wood siding, and family living spaces for the architect home owners.
The JUMA designers loved the idea of an elongated floor plan, inserting a glazed portico between the kitchen and living space to create pockets of natural scenery and foliage that can be seen through the many windows made to bring in morning light. They prioritized greenery views of the surrounding Belgian province by incorporating garden areas and seating patios to appreciate their privacy within nature. To create an even more personal space for the adults, the architects designed the master bedroom as a separate suite above the ground floor resulting in an ideal home sanctuary.
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