Playful Family Home in Belgium

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August 10, 2013
Originally published in Designers at Home
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Interior Dialogue
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  Interior architect and resident Renaud de Poorter works in his second-floor office at a pair of Joyn tables by the Bouroullec brothers and an Ypsilon office chair by Mario Bellini for Vitra.

    Interior architect and resident Renaud de Poorter works in his second-floor office at a pair of Joyn tables by the Bouroullec brothers and an Ypsilon office chair by Mario Bellini for Vitra.

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  The 3,767-square-foot apartment was carved out of a former cattle-fodder factory.

    The 3,767-square-foot apartment was carved out of a former cattle-fodder factory.

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  Daughter Oona stands near the candy-striped wardrobe in the entryway.    This originally appeared in How to Design with Red.

    Daughter Oona stands near the candy-striped wardrobe in the entryway.

    This originally appeared in How to Design with Red.
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  The office where Poorter and Femke Holdrinet work looks onto the canal just beyond the building. The statement pieces in the space are a pair of lamps by Ghent-based designer Jos Devriendt of Low Tech Design. Poorter and Holdrinet have several lights by Devriendt, though these two are unique designs and not in regular production.

    The office where Poorter and Femke Holdrinet work looks onto the canal just beyond the building. The statement pieces in the space are a pair of lamps by Ghent-based designer Jos Devriendt of Low Tech Design. Poorter and Holdrinet have several lights by Devriendt, though these two are unique designs and not in regular production.

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  Ibbel, a Parson Russell terrier, and his tennis ball survey the living room from the back of a Cuba sofa by Rodolfo Dordoni for Cappellini. The framed drawings are by Poorter and Holdrinet.

    Ibbel, a Parson Russell terrier, and his tennis ball survey the living room from the back of a Cuba sofa by Rodolfo Dordoni for Cappellini. The framed drawings are by Poorter and Holdrinet.

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  The master bedroom’s red light is a vintage piece from the 1950s.

    The master bedroom’s red light is a vintage piece from the 1950s.

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  The couple has a fondness for mid-century designer Harry Bertoia, whose steel side chairs for Knoll ring the concrete dining table that they designed.

    The couple has a fondness for mid-century designer Harry Bertoia, whose steel side chairs for Knoll ring the concrete dining table that they designed.

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  The stars of the living room are a pair of pink Bird chairs by Harry Bertoia for Knoll. Both the marble-topped occasional table and the wood table are vintage, the antique rugs are from Morocco, a Low Pad chair by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini sits near the fireplace, and the brass-and-steel coffee table was designed by Poorter and Holdrinet.

    The stars of the living room are a pair of pink Bird chairs by Harry Bertoia for Knoll. Both the marble-topped occasional table and the wood table are vintage, the antique rugs are from Morocco, a Low Pad chair by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini sits near the fireplace, and the brass-and-steel coffee table was designed by Poorter and Holdrinet.

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  Milan, Oona, and their mother putter in the spartan kitchen.

    Milan, Oona, and their mother putter in the spartan kitchen.

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