A Nice Canopy House By MDMA In Belgium

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A nice living space architecture design which called the Canopy House is completed designed by the architect Martine de Maeseneer Architects (MDMA). This living space architecture design is located in Pajottenland, Belgium. This eye-catching living space architecture design is covers an area for about 600 square meters.  The exterior walls and roof architecture design of this living space is reflects the traditional colors of the earthenware with the gray-brown wooden shingles an polycarbonate sheet with dark orange insulation behind, although its shape stands in contrast to the surrounding area. The architect result is a living space which both fits and stands out from its setting.

The sloping roofs and the house facade made it appear like a piece of the moveable furniture, which is detached from the agricultural land it sand on. This living space is divided in two through the use of the long sloping ramps in the inside. A shortcut access which is located in the living quarters to the entrance is provided by the house staircase, but there are no shortcuts to the private spaces. This thing is keeps the maximum distance between the private and the communal space. A generous feeling of the openness is given by this house architecture design with its glass exterior walls. By designed by the architect, this living space project includes a high-ceiling library two archive rooms, music room and wine cellar. The spacious interior design met the client’s need to entertain many guests.

Architect: Martine de Maeseneer Architects (MDMA)
Location: Pajottenland, Belgium
Project Area: 600 sqm
Photographs: Filip Dujardin

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