The client, Tom Callebaut, considers his house an actual project for the neighbourhood and a blueprint for research that tries to set society in motion. The boundary between public and private is flexible. Some spaces are private; others public and often they merge. The tc plus project is an exercise in living together for both the family and the many guests but maintaining the rhythm and energy of a family. The boundary between inside and outside is fluid. The house has as many indoor as outdoor rooms, which connect architecture and nature and make outdoor living possible for almost eight months of the year. There are covered and walled rooms that offer protection, but everywhere you can hear the birds whistling. Worldly and spiritual dimensions merge, making the home a space for both everyday living and that which transcends us.
This text is based on the project text provided by the architects.