VAS13 is a co-housing project in Anderlecht where 10 friends together with keper-architecten transformed a former school into casco- apartments.
Unit F situated in the middle was build by former architect Charles Crickx in 1911, a complete interior concept was commissioned to me.
With its three floors it has everything you desire a manor house to be.
The existing eclectic style of the house will be preserved in the interior but will be stirred up with some contemporary twists.

A subtle extension on the ground and first floor offers the sunset faced terrace and expanses the main living space by increased depth where kitchen and living room connect.
On the first floor we opened up the interior to enjoy a smooth movement and a natural flow of light entering the most active zones.

Ceiling heigh cabinets in the dining area followed by a lower part accentuates the existing house with the extension.

These natural and earthy materials create a sober and contemporary atmosphere.
Wo doesn’t agree that this kitchen is made to host dinners, set up some show cooking or shake some cocktails with friends.

On the second floor we organized the master bedroom with its ensuite bathroom.
The original double glass door connects these two intimate rooms.
A sunken bathtub is the absolute eyecatcher, combined with glossy tiles that accentuate the split levels and elevates the ambiance of the room.