Fiat Lux
A punctual intervention, centred on the heart of a traditional townhouse in Brussels, gave to this dwelling an outstanding character. Transparency, reflections and connections between the differents levels determine the daily routine of the large family living in.
From the first floor, the stairwell was entirely emptied on the three higher-ups levels. A staircase in open-worked metal links together the two first floors. At each level, glazed windows were handled with care, on all the height of the dividing wall, bringing a real physical feeling, not so far from vertigo. Some of them are pierced by little round openings,…...

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    Fiat Lux / Label Architecture A punctual intervention, centred on the heart of a traditional townhouse in Brussels, gave to this dwelling an outstanding character. Transparency, reflections and connections between the differents levels determine the daily routine of the large family living in. From the first floor, the stairwell... → http://www.archdaily.com/55468/fiat-lux-label-architecture/ Address: Brussels, Belgium Year: 2009 Status: Built Design year: 2009 Site area: 270sqm Photographs : bepictures Fiat Lux / Label Architecture A punctual intervention, centred on the heart of a traditional townhouse in Brussels, gave to this dwelling an outstanding character. Transparency, reflections and connections between the differents levels determine the daily routine of the large family living in. From the first floor, the stairwell... → http://www.archdaily.com/55468/fiat-lux-label-architecture/ Address: Brussels, Belgium Year: 2009 Status: Built Design year: 2009 Site area: 270sq
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