Linear design and refinement join forces in an exclusive villa, with an air of discreet elegance, very close to the North Sea.
The sophisticated private residence designed by the architect Luc De Beir by completely rethinking a previous villa is located in Knokke, the last city on the Belgian coast before the border with Holland.
From the main entrance one reaches the garden, from which a sinuous path leads to the kitchen, directly connected to a terrace immersed in greenery.
With a thatched roof and an apparently traditional image, the house holds surprises of contemporary style and spacious zones, underscored by the large windows and the skillful use of materials crafted by hand in Italy, Germany and the Czech Republic.
The white of the walls and floors adds vivid luminosity to the rooms, creating a particularly relaxing atmosphere.
The warm, sophisticated elegance is the result of details in smoked larch, panels in burnt iron, the use of Grè stone from the Dolomites and blown glass for the custom furnishings, as well as the accessories and the choice of Cea faucets throughout the home.