Jacques Gillet, Félix Roulin, René Greisch
Photography Raphaëlle Saint-Pierre
The building of this extraordinary house took place between 1967 and 1968 in the forest estate of Angleur, in the region of Liège, Belgium. Architect Jacques Gillet (1912—1987) designed it for his brother Ivan in close collaboration with friend sculptor Félix Roulin and engineer René Greisch. The trio analysed both the aesthetic and the functional dimensions of a standard living space. La Maison-Sculpture is a quirky concrete house which offers its inhabitants various points of view and inserts gently within the surroundings.
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