Belgium's Graux & Baeyens Architects create this unusual loft space in Kortrijk, a city located in the Flemish province of West Flanders. Completed this year, the hard edges of your average open-plan space have been replaced with an incredible set of flowing and undulating lines. The former factory is made up of two stacked rooms facing a huge expanse of window, the entire home described as "an exercise in filtering light." Cantilevers and double-height ceilings work with the mix of concave and convex surfaces all of which have been finished in a custom lime technic stained with various pigments. Adding to the airy feel, the white polyurethane floors bounce even more light across the room, adding to the futuristic feel of this innovative build.
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