June 27, 2012

This house in Bruxelles, Belgium, did not boast a generous square footage. Which is why the team at Vanden Eeckhoudt-Creyf Architectes decided to expand the place vertically. This contemporary loft was created for a couple with no kids, so the design could get away some adventurous elements. Namely, several sets of minimal floating staircases were used to access each level, and a classic fireman’s pole to easily get down to the bottom floor from any of the upper three floors. How cool is that! The house incorporates a kitchen/dining area, a small living room, a dressing room co-joined with the powder room. A beautiful sleeping loft (my favorite detail) is finishing this dwelling.

(via inthralld)

fernanda on 06/28/12


chassing on 10/12/14

Could you please let me know how I can get in touch with the manufacturer or achitect of the pivoting design staircase in the Belgium mini house in the above article?
Many thanks,

K-D Shanks on 02/15/17

I’m interested in the pivoting stairs please, for a private home, not a business.

Thank you

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