These pictures were taken in “The Stork” villa in Ostend, Belgium. Architect and furniture designer Joseph De Bruycker from Roeselare, Belgium was influenced by the cubist style of the Dutch architect Willem Dudok.


The house he designed for Dr. Camiel Depuydt is typical of the interwar progressive architecture that reflected the international “modern style”. The architect designed a concept that incorporated the doctor office and living quarters. The whole is a combination of geometric volumes.


The external design continues in the interior (also designed by The Bruycker) and in the garden. “The Stork” is the result of of an extraordinary cooperation and interaction between the client and the architect. This protected monument is currently on the market.




source: Architecten Woningen

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