Architects' Home and Office is Less Than Eight Feet Wide

2008-05-09_092802-Treehugger-narrowhouse.jpgSo often the space between buildings is just wasted, a source of heat loss and little else. sculp(IT), a "young, progressive and complementary team of architects who apply their passion for architecture to every task given" from Antwerp, have taken a 7'-10" wide space and turned it into a home and office.

"Four wooden floors between two existing walls, hanging in a steel skeleton, organize this house: downstairs for work, dining on 1st, relaxing on 2nd, sleeping on 3rd, and on the roof, go and enjoy the view."

All photography Luc RoymansLUC_3500.JPG
Kitchen and dining

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Best bathtub ever

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sculp(IT)
Pieter Peerlings & Silvia Mertens

More images and information at ::Archinect, via ::Shedworking

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