Kelleveld is a minimalist residence positioned in Hoeilaart, Belgium, designed by Mamout in collaboration with Stéphanie Willocx. Envisioned as a clear retreat enveloped by nature, the home stood as a testomony to minimalist structure and design. Through the years, as the home modified arms, new homeowners launched modifications. What as soon as was a translucent sanctuary steadily turned obscured with added buildings, transferring additional away from Loze’s preliminary imaginative and prescient. Right now, there’s a renewed endeavor to rekindle the essence and integrity of the unique design. The challenge has tackled the problem head-on, meticulously stripping away incongruous additions.
In a notable transformation, the beforehand underutilized storage, semi-submerged within the panorama, now homes further bedrooms. To reinforce the connectivity between the home’s numerous sections, a redesigned stair-tunnel now serves because the spine of vertical motion. It seamlessly hyperlinks the break up ranges, culminating on the revamped storage area. A big change can be seen within the surrounding panorama. The backyard, as soon as a separate entity, now melds effortlessly with the home. Taking inspiration from a “naturalist punk” theme, it boasts an eclectic mixture of plant species. This intentional design eliminates any palpable boundaries between the interior residing area and the exterior setting, fostering an uninterrupted communion with nature.