Completed in 2011, House BM is a part of Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu‘s residential portfolio. This 304 sq. meter concrete home in Ghent, Belgium was constructed as a part of the tree-crammed property. Starting from a map with the precise place and diameter of each tree on the property, the architects needed to provide you with an answer to constructing the home with out interfering with the environment. The result’s a multifaceted spherical construction, with an inside courtyard outlined by mature timber.
A complete of 18 home windows unfold throughout the facade and inside courtyard permits the interplay between the interiors and the exteriors, setting up an fascinating connection. Built on a basis that permits tree roots to broaden in any path, House BM respects its environment and shows a set of rigorously designed areas that look after the inhabitant’s want for consolation. Interiors wearing concrete finishes contribute to the general power and design, but in addition outline a up to date assortment of inside areas.