A soft, light setting.

Nestling above the small antique market on the Place du Grand Sablon, this flat has been completely redesigned by the interior department of Luc Spits architecture + interior.

The word “essential” was used in the design process. The living room has been freed of its old partitions, making way for a simple volume. Bringing together several functions, the space is more fluid and natural.

The use of lime plaster simplifies and textures the environment, while walnut furniture and travertine balance the layout.

Pictures: © CaroLine Dethier

The Kluskens dining table is complemented by Miyazaki chairs.

Tailor-made kitchens reveal their details in Van Den Weghe stone

The washbasins and taps in the bathrooms by Antonio Lupi

The flat lighting was designed by Kreon

Made-to-measure wardrobes from the workshops of Goessens Meubelmakers