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JUMA Architects | Henley

Interiors © Thomas de Bruyne

The “Henley” project concerns the renovation of an apartment from 1974 with an area of 90m2.

The original apartment was divided into separate areas that could be achieved through a central circulation.

© Thomas de Bruyne

© Thomas de Bruyne

The playful circulation in the new design provides an optical extension of the space. The design proves that with a limited surface a loft feeling can be created.

© Thomas de Bruyne

© Thomas de Bruyne

JUMA architects. Established in 2009 by Julie van De Keere and Mathieu Luyens, both architects combine their eye for timeless design with surprising projects. JUMA strives for the perfect harmony between architecture, interior and furniture. A personal approach is the first and foremost condition for collaboration. Each project comes with a personal touch that corresponds entirely to the client’s desires. Sustainability and qualitative materials are the basis of each design.

Architect: JUMA Architects
Designers: Mathieu Luyens en Julie van De Keere
Design Year: 2011
Photographer: Thomas de Bruyne
 
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