- Caroline Kurze
In the Flemish farmlands, on a parcel fringed with pollard willows and surrounded by swamps, a pond and shrubbery, a typical north – south oriented farmhouse, built by ‘Wim Goes Architectuur’ is situated. The refuge is made of wood. The wood forms a patina, maturing with time to find its beauty. An inner space can be protected from winds, temperature and sound by sliding doors.+ Read More
The freedom to change the refuge with the change of nature, architecture becomes a kind of tool in between the landscape and the human presence. It’s a learning process to interact with the elements. The ever changing meteorological conditions will change the inhabitants and so the architecture. Living with nature is nor an esthetical question nor a formal behaviour. It’s a state of mind.
All images © Laura Bown