HEIDE住宅位于Ghent附近的一个名为Oosteeklo的小村庄中,是Luchtschip Architectuur与Architectuuratelier Vos共同为一个年轻的重组家庭设计的独栋住宅。住宅附近的花园中坐落着一座二战时期的碉堡,历史遗迹为场地增添了独一无二的特征。

House HEIDE, a single-family house located in Oosteeklo, a small village near Ghent, is a new-build home for a young blended family. Something very unusual about the location of this project, is the presence of a protected bunker from the Second World War in the garden, very close to the house itself.

▼项目与周边环境概览,overview of the site © Johnny Umans

▼住宅外观,exterior view © Johnny Umans

▼主入口,main entrance © Johnny Umans

▼立面细部,details of the facade © Johnny Umans


In order to preserve the views towards the surroundings, it was decided to place the living areas on the upper floor while the architects opted to locate the bedrooms, bathroom and more functional areas on the ground floor. A rather closed first level is in contrast with the open and glazed upper floor.

▼二层起居空间概览,overall of the living space on the upper floor © Johnny Umans

▼客厅,the living room © Johnny Umans

▼厨房餐厅,kitchen and dining © Johnny Umans

▼由餐厅看厨房,viewing the kitchen from the dining © Johnny Umans

▼厨房,the kitchen © Johnny Umans


The exterior materialization is the result of this choice: the first floor is designed as a massive, closed plinth, made of lime washed bricks. The second floor is conceived as a glazed box, constructed as a light timber-frame construction that was placed on the solid plinth. The façade of this second floor is cladded with wood in reference towards the construction material. Because the ground surface of the second floor is smaller than the one of the first floor, large terraces are created on +1 that directly adjoin the living areas. An outside staircase makes the link with the ground level.

▼办公区域,study area © Johnny Umans

▼二层空间轻盈通透,the second floor space is light and transparent © Johnny Umans

▼楼梯,staircase © Johnny Umans


The choice of materials for the exterior is continued in the interior design. The spaces on the ground floor are made of bricks with concrete floors which are all plastered. On the upper floor, the light timber frame construction is finished on the inside with wood veneer. The roof is constructed with wooden beams that remain visible. They were oiled for durability. The house scores high in terms of sustainability. The volume was kept as compact as possible to limit heat losses along the facades. A mechanical ventilation system with heat recuperation, solar panels and a heat pump provide sustainable energy generation.

▼底层浴室,bathroom on the ground floor © Johnny Umans

▼一层平面图,ground floor plan © Luchtschip Architectuur + Architectuuratelier Vos

▼二层平面图,upper floor plan © Luchtschip Architectuur + Architectuuratelier Vos

▼立面图,elevations © Luchtschip Architectuur + Architectuuratelier Vos

▼剖面图,section © Luchtschip Architectuur + Architectuuratelier Vos

Main Information
Project Name: House HEIDE
Office Name: Luchtschip Architectuur + Architectuuratelier Vos
Office Website: www.luchtschiparchitectuur.com
Social Media Accounts: @luchtschiparchitectuur
Contact email: ruben@luchtschiparchitectuur.com
Firm Location: Ghent, Belgium
Completion Year: 2021
Gross Built Area (m2/ ft2): 210m²
Project Location: Oosteeklo, Belgium
Program / Use / Building Function: Single family house
Lead Architects: Emily Pescod & Julie Vanden Bussche
Lead Architects e-mail: emily@luchtschiparchitectuur.com
Photo Credits: Johnny Umans
Photographer’s Website: www.johnnyumans.be
Photographer’s e-mail: info@johnnyumans.be

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