Minimalissimo


Nicolas Schuybroek Architects’ DT Appartment in Brussels, Belgium is a beautifully muted pallete of monochronism. The celebration of marble, stone and timber is harmonious and brings the spaces together effortlessly. Essentially posing the challenge of being a small apartment, NS Architects have managed to create a series of spaces that add a sense of warmth. The contrast in materiality throughout is well orchestrated and has a seeming natural feel.

Named one of French Architectural Digest’s Best Interior Designers of 2013, Nicolas Schuybroek is beyond emerging. His career has spanned cross-continental borders having studied in Belgium, worked in Canada and continued collaborations across the two nations. His work is primarily high end residential, and is without a doubt, one to watch.

Photography courtesy of Nicolas Schuybroek Architects.

 

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  1. Very nice! Any idea who the prints on the wall were by?

  2. Dikkie Smaber

    @Peter: I have no idea but some names who do produce similar work: Miya Ando, Gary Wood and of course Hiroshi Sugimoto.

 

 

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