“Architectue is really about well-beind. I think that people want to fell good in a space . On the one hane it’s about sheleter, but it’s also about pleasure and people enjoying their space. “
Remodeling of COMEOS office (Belgian Trade Register)
The concept was dictated by an ecological redesign by favouring pleasant and bright working spaces. The plant façade trapping up the building and a the new garden are the spirit of the project. The meeting rooms and customer areas are convivial, cosy and functional. Wood is at the center of the project. Alcoves allow to divide spaces and offer more intimacy for the staff. The materials, fabrics and furnitures are chosen in an eco friendly manner.
Total renovation (6 months) of the Comeos office in BRUSSELS www.comeos.be in an open cozy space and in a functional spirit.
A vegetale facade will cover the building and the project will be timeless and pleasant to work on.
All the furniture and materials will be chosen in a warm slow work and minimalist spirit
“A Bohemian life,
filled with poetry,
it cuts like a knife,
The goal was to connect several art deco houses to create an affordable yet authentic Hotel.
This true and original Brussels project was achieved by mixing flea market discoveries, existing material and deco like stained glass.
Old school glam
“I was seeking a balance between warm colors and natural materials, style mingle, collecting the fifties and contemporary art”.
Renovation of a contemporary and minimalist house in Brussels with a mix and match spirit.
The radical lines are assuaged by soft furniture and noble materials. Inspired by nature, we rethought the volumes and the finishings with sobriety and intemporality.
Caroline transported minimalisme into a colorful and joyful statement. The atmopshere created by the selection of textiles and the wallpapers give a new breath to this house.
Diito Brussels, Rouge Pivoine, Andrew Martin, Warren Platner, Ettore Sottsass, Pierre Frey, Alvar Aalto
“I love to travel and to be inspired by new things, so everything is always new. I’ve never done the same bathroom or the same kitchen a second time. It’s challenging, and I like to be challenged.” Kelly Wearstler
Renovation of an old dairy factory into an eclectic and arty house. Caroline opened every room in order to communicate with each other. She made the choice of bright and daring colors, natural materials and recycled textures.The atmosphere is quirky and rock and roll which makes this house so very particular.
Pictures by Jan Verlinde
Artists : Paulo Climachauska, Sozyone Gonzalez, Alice Gallery, Pica Pica, Maya Ayuk, Anderson and Low, Krjst Studio, Aka Delta, Vhils, Xavier Le Normand, Velasco Vitali, Les deux Garçons, …
Furniture : Ado Chale, Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen, Charlotte Perriand, Carine Boxy, Ann Demeulemeester, Le Corbusier, Florence Knoll, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Patricia Urquiola, ….
2009 - Buitenbeentje - aw spotlight
Lawyers office in Brussels
“I am trying to counter the fixity of architectures, their stolidity, with elements that give an ineffable immaterial quality.” Toyo Ito
‘OPEN-SPACE’, A SPATIAL PHILOSOPHY
This open space promotes values of sharing, team spirit, cohesion shared by to the Xirius Lawyers’ Association integrating more intimate spaces (meetings, bubbles, etc.) create an optimal working environment.
A PERFECT BALANCE
A perfect balance is achieved with a selection of design vintage furniture (e.g. Jules Wabbes, Charles Eames, Arne Jacobsen, …) natural oak desk and the movable leather dividers.
Notté selects noble and timeless materials, combined with an elegant warm color palette “Ressource Peintures”.
“Some people may say my curved panels look like sails. Well, I am a sailor, so I guess I probably do use that metaphor in my work – thought not consciously.” Frank Gehry
The Dubai Pavilion project has been conceived to integrate its natural environment.
Based on a whale, the spine structure filters the light while the mouth is facing the sea.