A loft in Antwerpen, Belgium by Crepain Binst Architecture.
The exterior is made out of an aluminium skin that contrast with the building.
The interior is made out of concrete walls and wooden floors, to creat an intimate atmosphere. The large windows offers a great view on the city cathedral of Antwerp.
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Crepain Binst Architecture -stands for the merger of styles between architects and urban designers Jo Crepain and Luc Binst. It marks the start of a second youth, with heightened ambition and a breath of fresh air, providing access to a broader range of projects, and bringing us closer to the essence and operation of a top-notch firm with a strong artistic presence and many opportunities.
Crepain Binst Architecture deals with architecture as a practical artistic medium to transform assignments into abstractly built creations of conceptual logic and simplicity. The useful signals are constantly distilled from every site, with its peripheral conditions and its own identity, as basis and the setting for every designing process. Considering the client’s requirements, limitations, demands and acceptable standards, we continue to look for solutions through communication and creativity. Conceptual purity, proportion, dynamics, expression, light, colour, space and scale form our core values. The designs are turned into actual realizations following research into the use of renewable materials, conceptually supporting detail and a refined application of texture, to reflect our own clearly recognizable identity. Apart from alterations or the construction of new homes, offices and public buildings, a “cross-pollination” by other creative media also forms part of the range of assignments.
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