The Flemish Architecture Institute provides a forum for Young architects, urban planners and researchers in Flanders. This generation currently occupies a relevant experimental position in architecture and related disciplines. In their work, architecture assumes a wide variety of forms and expressions. Again and again it is given a new interpretation, sometimes less visible and even unprecedented.
Each issue of the Young Architects in Flanders series presents a cross section of a particular architectural practice: designs for buildings, theoretical discourse, urban planning studies, artistic installations,…
The work selected is surprising, original and of considerable importance regarding the position of and critical reflection on contemporary architecture in Flanders.
04 Tomas Nollet & Hilde Huyghe / Stills form a design process
Architectural history has a wealth of examples of homes architects have designed for themselves. By designing his own home the architect finds himself in an extremely unusual position: he or she is both client and architect.
The terraced house by Tomas Nollet & Hilde Huyghe, built on the outskirts of Bruges, and the design on which this publicaton primarily focuses, fits into the same system. The house displays both the choices this designer duo made as residents and the design idiom they have developed as architects over the last ten years.
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