House S Keerbergen is a minimal residence located in Keerbergen, Belgium, designed by Hans Verstuyft Architecten. The architects were most considered with how the building would co-exist with the surrounding natural environment. The facade is covered with a blackened wooden layer that serves to both disguise the building as well as prevent rot and insects. The blackened wood is found throughout the flooring of the home, contrasting against light concrete and white walls. A standout piece is the circular stone basin at the center of the bathroom, outfitted with two sinks.
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