This maisonette in Brussels was designed by Jules Wabbes, one of the most famous modern designers in Belgium. The building itself was built by the architect Jacques Cuisinier. The apartment is 300 square meters and is located on the third and fourth floors of the building.
With its high-quality materials (brass, steel, marble) and its volumes illuminated by transmitted light, the house consists of an entrance hall with Rio rosewood cladding and honeycomb ceiling light, receptions with double ceiling height and two open fireplaces, a dining room, a fully equipped kitchen in a marble bowl with office and laundry. On the upper floor, the sleeping area consists of an office, a library, a master bedroom with a dressing room and a bathroom with a sauna, and a second bedroom with a dressing room and a bathroom.
Most of the lights are original and the mixing of rosewood with brass and marble looks very sophisticated. The large windows in the main area provide a flood of light that brings these rooms to life. Mirrored walls in the master bedroom make the room appear larger. The coolest room in the house is a large living room with double ceiling height, a glazed wall fills the room with light and allows for a wonderful view. Bold works of art and lots of greenery and blossoms refresh the decor and make the room look bolder. And which room do you like most?