To say that a house is reflective of its owner’s interest is no exaggeration, especially in the case of Kempart Loft. The interiors of the home in Liège, Belgium are inspired from the client’s personal and occupational interest in precision engineering. Dethier Architectures has accordingly translated the 1970s loft into a futuristic one, with shiny aluminum finishes along with aerodynamic forms for the furnishings. The open plan is divided by a metal-clad series of small rooms, which sits at an oblique to provide two sightlines into a nearby terrace and the neighboring street. Vivid accents of color, such as the red dining table chairs as well as the orange and lime illumination from the bathroom, sparkle in the space as LED lights do on a circuit board.

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