Located just off the entry hall, this room opens onto a lush garden. The residents commissioned the overhead light from designers Sylvain Willenz and Hubert Verstraeten. “The use of red billiard ball references Charles and Ray Eames’s Hang-It-All coat rack,” says Smith. The wall-hung light is by the contemporary São Paulo–based designers Luciana Martins and Gerson de Oliveira. The rug is a Moroccan patchwork from the 1960s; the teak-and-leather Kilin chair is by Sergio Rodrigues; and the cane-backed sofa is a student daybed designed by Hans Wegner for Getama in the 1950s.  Photo 10 of 18 in A Neoclassical Gallery Home in Belgium
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The ceramic vase with curvaceous handles was created by Estudio Manus. "We aim to show people that you can live with precious, unique, delicate objects in a very normal and robust way." —Ike Udechuku  Photo 12 of 18 in A Neoclassical Gallery Home in Belgium
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The monumental Siefert bench has become "something of a signature piece for Ampersand House," says Udechuku, "and we are reluctant to part with it—despite some tempting offers."  Photo 11 of 18 in A Neoclassical Gallery Home in Belgium
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