Arjaan de Feyter takes on the Zoersel House

Arjaan de Feyter isn’t some famous interior designer but the kind of magic he can work will surely get him to those heights one day. He bought a shabby 1969 house deigned by architect Herman Andriessen and set about revamping it I 2005. Arjaan and his Wife procured the house and he decided to retain the original plan for the first floor which is supposed to be the living area.

The ground floor was extended to ensure installation of the workspace elements and the visual effect as mitigated using large glass walls with profiles that weren’t really visible.  The structure that now stands is a far cry from its 1969 version which had all decayed when the house was first bought.

It’s a very beautiful and modern house. It has a very nice design, both in terms of exterior design as well as of interior décor. Every room as specific look, a different atmosphere and décor. But what they all share in common is the modern and simple style. It’s nice how all the materials and patterns work together and form a complete and equilibrated image. And all the different colors also work together to form complementary and colorful images. It’s a beautiful design, modern and elegant and also stylish. It has a very interesting design, and there’s a lot of glass involved. I like it. It’s simple, modern and elegant.

Published by in Architecture, on April 14th, 2010


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