Stonemasonry shed redevelopment, Gentbrugge

Herbestemming steenkapperijloods, Gentbrugge, GAFPA, (c) Tim Van de Velde
Herbestemming steenkapperijloods, Gentbrugge, GAFPA
Herbestemming steenkapperijloods, Gentbrugge, GAFPA
Herbestemming steenkapperijloods, Gentbrugge, GAFPA
Herbestemming steenkapperijloods, Gentbrugge, GAFPA, (c) Tim Van de Velde

Conversion of a stonemason’s shed in Gentbrugge into a workshop and home for a sculptor by GAFPA. The architects have inserted an accommodation volume and a work volume into the industrial shed, made of wood and glass. The south wall of the home looks out onto a garden created by means of a surgical incision within the existing shed, while the concrete trusses of the latter have a raw, monumental strength that delineates the outdoor space like a Brutalist sculpture. Here too, the existing structure determines the conditions of habitation.

This text is based on an article by Sofie De Caigny, published in Flanders Architectural Review N°12: Tailored Architecture.

Architectenbureau: 

Gafpa

Ontwerpers: 

GAFPA

Opdrachtgever: 

Dhr.&Mvr. Binon – Mijlemans

Taal: 

Nederlands

Straat: 

Leo Tertzweillaan

Nummer: 

52 – 55

Gemeente: 

Gentbrugge

Land: 

België

Datum oplevering: 

2015

Oppervlakte: 

180 m²

Volume: 

486 m³

Totale bouwkost: 

170 000 €, excl. BTW

Totale bouwkost per m2: 

950 €, excl. BTW

Studiebureaus: 

De Roover structureel ontwerp

Hoofdaannemers: 

VH bouw
Jonas Binon - Huis Mortier

Trefwoorden: 

Corporate partners

Retail Estates

Cultural partners

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