Semicircular Facade Garden House - The house shows two different faces on one side a semicircular facade facing east, the other a large glazed surface lets you maintain a close relationship between interior and exterior. The rear facade is covered with a vegetable skin, reducing the impact of sunlight on the walls, functioning as an insulator, keeping the interior cool in summer and warm in winter, reducing dependence on heating and cooling systems.
The Belgian study Samyn and Partners have completed a house on the outskirts of Brussels, which seeks to merge with the landscape, integrating into it. The house is designed for a cinematographer and his family, also home of the family home personal study.
The house has six bedrooms loft, a study in the basement and a completely open floor houses the public rooms like the living room or kitchen. The material chosen for the interior was the fir. All rooms have views of the garden surrounding the house.