Due to the project's agricultural location, JUMA deliberately chose to give the new house only one storey in order to limit its impact on the surrounding area.
Although all the functions are located on the ground floor, the different volumes have varying heights. The living areas, such as the kitchen and the sitting area, were given a free height of 3m00, while the dining area and sleeping area were given a height of 2m55.
This creates a kind of spatial sequence which results in an interesting experience of the house.
In terms of materialisation, we opted to stay away from overly contrasting surfaces. The different brown shades of wood and bronze blend beautifully with the natural landscape and give the house a certain lived-in character.
Project by JUMA architects
Garden design and according renders by Buro Groen - www.burogroen.be