A Belgian Bauhaus Beauty Gets Gorgeous New Life

by Hannah Kelly June 29, 2017

Photo: Frederik Vercruysse via Yellow Trace

Built in the 30s by Nachman Kaplansky, this Antwerp home was born Bauhaus to the bone, but a renovation in the 60s botched its beauty. Enter architects B-architecten, who recently undertook the challenge of restoring the home's original grandeur, executing an extensive gut and rebuild. Using original photos and plans to reconstruct the home's history, B-architecten focused on replicating its original sense of scale and paying tribute to the home's 30s roots, with repeated circular themes, travertine, and terrazzo touches. Take the full tour and read more over on YellowTrace.

 

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