When Belgian fashion retailer Nathalie Vandemoortele was seeking a new nest for her brood, she stumbled upon a fortresslike house in the countryside designed in 1972 by a pair of Ghent architects, Johan Raman and Fritz Schaffrath. While the Brutalist concrete architecture and petite but lush gardens suited her tastes to a tee, the interiors needed a few updates. Tagged: Grass, Trees, Back Yard, Exterior, House, and Concrete Siding Material.  Photo 2 of 9 in A Concrete Home in Rural Belgium