LKS House by P8 Architecten in Lier, Belgium

Project: LKS House
Architects: P8 Architecten
Location: Lier, Belgium
Area: 602 sq ft
Photographs by: Luc Roymans

LKS House by P8 Architecten

The LKS House is a compact modern residence designed by the Belgian architectural firm P8 Architecten
This tiny dwelling is located in the Belgian town of Lier, in the Antwerp province. It only provides 602 square feet of living space yet it is still enough for the design of this home to reflect the story of its inhabitants.

This house was designed for a young couple living in the centre of Lier, Belgium. They were already living in the house on the corner. With the birth of their baby boy, this house became to small. When the house next door became for sale they didn’t hesitate and bought it. The existing house was demolished so a plot of 56m2 became available.

On this plot the clients wanted an extra living space, a patio, a lounge and a master bedroom.

On the outside the new house shows a strong contrast with the existing house. The white painted facade deliberately breaks with the classical proportions of the other houses in the street.

On the inside it the spaces of the two houses connect with each other fluently.

On the ground floor of the new house there is a small swimming pool. This swimming pool is located between 2 folding windows. In the winter it can be used as an interior swimming pool, while in the summer the two windows can open and it can be used as an outside swimming pool.

The vertical garden gives the patio a green edge.

In collaboration with interior architect Kalle Block all the fixed furniture was designed. This way the 2 houses together feel like one total living concept.

P8 Architecten


Tags: Antwerp, Belgium, compact, exterior, home, house, interior, Lier, LKS House, P8 Architecten, small, tiny

Author: Fidan Jovanov

Fidan Jovanov

A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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