The barn and main building of this graceful Walloon Brabant farmhouse were restored.
Both volumes stood at a 90° angle around the earlier courtyard and rose garden. The volume that stands as a hinge between the two has in the past undergone several misplaced renovations and is rebuilt from the ground up.
It has been opened to the three facades to connect the home with the courtyard, terrace and garden. At the courtyard, a glass wall forms the link between the house and the barn.
At the rear a large framework with windows over three storeys marks the transition between the static facade of the original house and the volume to be rebuilt.