MDMA is known for their contemporary architectural works, and the Belgium Canopy House is another amazing marvel created by the design team. Implemented in the Pajottenland area, the home is a modular looking angled home complete with a simple and slightly industrial feel on the interior.
Geometric in form, the exterior shape results in a polygon that one wouldn’t necessarily expect to see in architecture. Martine de Maeseneer and team created the space devoid of private spaces– but does include various recreational rooms. A gorgeous high-ceilinged library, two archive rooms, a devoted music room, and even a wine cellar complete this amazing plot of contemporary architecture.
Photos: Filip Dujardin