A Belgian Photographer’s Country Home Is a Playground for Kids and Adults Alike

A Belgian Photographer’s Country Home Is a Playground for Kids and Adults Alike

By Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos by Mr. Frank
Shaped like an upside-down seat, The Chairhouse is an experimental base for art-making and adventure.

Marked by wildflower-studded heaths and pine forests, the Campine region in northeastern Belgium is about as bucolic as it gets. It’s here, on a placid patch of countryside, that Belgian artist and photographer Wim Tellier and his adventure-loving family—his wife, Muriel, their two sons, Rio and Yenno, and their dog, Lola—chose to build their home.

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