Studio Graux & Baeyens Architecten have completed a gorgeous house located just outside the town of Ghent, Belgium. This property is a reminder of history due to the fact that the plot is part of a domain where used to be a castle destroyed in World War II.
The architects wanted to create a house that would integrate into the woddy surroundings, making it “a poetic impermanence”. In order to achieve this feel they used copper panels with visible seams that have been left untreated. These panels will change color from golden brown to vivid turquoise in time.