Living in a Belgian Water Tower
A renovation transforms a concrete water tower into a six-story living space that rises high above the surrounding scenery.
“It was dream come true for my clients since they always wanted to live in an house with a lot of character,” says Mauro Brigham, the designer who developed the project’s concept. “When they had the chance to buy [the water tower], they didn’t hesitate one single second.”
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