Belgium Villa

Moen, Zwevegem, Belgium / 2010

This villa was fragmented into 6 individual house-shaped objects and placed on the site in a dynamic manner in order to respond to the beautiful green context of the site. These objects are oriented in a way to maximize the views of the surrounding, including the existing pond. Each of these objects accommodate semi-private programs on the ground floor, and private programs on the first floor. The in-between spaces between these objects are used to house the less private programs such as the gallery space, piano room and exterior living / dining.

design team

Ahmed Al-Ali, Farid Esmaeil, Kota Segawa

  • client

    Ms. Leen Vandaele

  • program

    Private House

  • built up area

    770 sqm

  • scope‎

    Architecture

  • status

    Concept Design

Belgium Villa

Moen, Zwevegem, Belgium / 2010

This villa was fragmented into 6 individual house-shaped objects and placed on the site in a dynamic manner in order to respond to the beautiful green context of the site. These objects are oriented in a way to maximize the views of the surrounding, including the existing pond. Each of these objects accommodate semi-private programs on the ground floor, and private programs on the first floor. The in-between spaces between these objects are used to house the less private programs such as the gallery space, piano room and exterior living / dining.

design team

Ahmed Al-Ali, Farid Esmaeil, Kota Segawa

  • client

    Ms. Leen Vandaele

  • program

    Private House

  • built up area

    770 sqm

  • scope‎

    Architecture

  • status

    Concept Design