Designed by JUMA Architects as their personal home, the HH47 House brings a minimalist contrast to the verdant surroundings of Belgium's Sint-Martens-Latem. Its three volumes are tucked into the landscape to create a private retreat away from the street. Varying in height, the buildings are organized around an inner court and consist of an office for the owners, a garage, and residential spaces. The master bedroom is located on the first level as a secluded suite, while the remaining rooms are situated on the ground floor in a long, linear layout. A clean, neutral palette runs throughout and a glazed portico between the kitchen and living space brings in natural light and garden views to the inside. Beyond the walls of glazing is a small patio connecting the interior to the outdoors.
Photos: Annick Vernimmen / JUMA Architects