▼住宅外观，exterior of the house photos by Filip Dujardin
The site is located in a valley at the intersection of a number of small meandering streets. The area is characterized by terraced houses on the east side, on the south side it borders the alluvial plain of the Scheldt and to the west one looks upwards on the vast old orchard.
▼场地环境，site environment photos by Filip Dujardin
This farm, which is included in the architectural heritage inventory, remained within the same family for three generations before it became vacant. It consists of a cluster of three volumes (dwelling, stables and the bread house) with a central square overlooking the facades of the terraced houses. These brick volumes with gable roof are very specific to the area in the use of materials, form and typology, but vary in size and layout in a very fascinating way. The extremely interesting variety of atmospheres, urban design grain, views and topology are the starting point for this assignment.
▼住宅设计以当地区域的环境、材料、造型、类型为基础，the house design is based on local environment, material, form and typology photos by Filip Dujardin
▼图纸-新建体量与原有建筑关系，drawings-the relationship between the new volumes and original clusters
The design is further based on this cluster by providing two additional volumes with a gable roof. We limit the interventions within the existing volumes to the minimum by providing some openings where these are strictly necessary for circulation purposes. Two symmetrical wings are added on the west side of the main volume. The two new-build wings are twisted in relation to the existing home and in this way create a patio with an enclosed character. By not touching the two volumes, a passage to the garden is created in a simple way and the volumes remain visually strongly separated from each other, which reinforces the cluster principle.
▼设计进一步以现有建筑群为基础，增建了两处带有山墙屋顶的体量，the design is further based on this cluster by providing two additional volumes with a gable roof photos by Filip Dujardin
▼两个新建建筑依据现有住宅进行扭转，以此创造出天井和封闭的建筑特征，the two new-build wings are twisted in relation to the existing home and in this way create a patio with an enclosed character photos by Filip Dujardin
▼从建筑间隙看内部天井，view through the gap between the two volumes to the inner patio photos by Filip Dujardin
▼住宅入口，house entrance photos by Filip Dujardin
▼借助流线上必要的开口，对现有体量的干预影响降到最低，architects limit the interventions within the existing volumes to the minimum by providing some openings where these are strictly necessary for circulation purposes photos by Filip Dujardin
▼内部围绕天井的通道，interior corridor along the patio photos by Filip Dujardin
▼起居及工作空间，living and study area photos by Filip Dujardin
▼厨房及用餐区，kitchen and dinning area photos by Filip Dujardin
House BS, Gavere, Belgium
Architecture & interior design
Name: GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Filip Dujardin
Function: private house
Location: Gavere, BELGIUM
Design & construction year: 2014-2017
Square meters: 320 m²