An atypical belgian city house. This is the house of one of the two architects. The most of the front facade is kept closed, but as it functions as a false wall light still kan come in from above. In the back, light is let in by big windows. On the outside, the use of dark materials and the straight lining contrasts with the rest of the houses in the street. On the interior side everything is kept straightlined and white, with attention to material choice and well placed furniture. Making sure it is not too crowded. Marble is one of the main materials, but the wooden furniture gives a warm touch to the house.