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The Vandenhaute-Kiebooms House

From the mid-1960s onwards the architect realized a series of dwellings, as well as a church, whereby the interior in each case is rendered completely in exposed concrete. In this early residence, there are no separate rooms. The kitchen, bedroom and bathroom are merely alluded to using concrete and wooden elements. The concrete cladding simply grows downward from the ceiling, structure and furniture meld accordingly.



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