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Continuous dynamism

Continuous dynamism

Creating calm by keeping it simple, while never losing the origins of the design out of sight.


"Parquet is very important to me. Good-looking material, craftsmanship... it's in the details." The parquet in the living room is structured in a fishbone pattern, creating a continuous dynamism. Minimalistic and trendy, yet far form boring. And foremost: timeless!


As seen in the photo:
Chair: Butterfly chair from 1938 by Ferrari Hardou, Antonio Bonet and Juan Kurchan
Cow rug: A. PUUR A.
Dining table: Designed by Siegfried De Buck

Chairs: Harry Bertoia – Side chairs

Fish: Designed by Billio Nic
Light: Fontana Arte - Avico
Interior inspiration by architect Thierry De Vos of Tarch.
Storytelling by Ellen De Wandeleer.
Photography by Laura Willems.

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