He also clearly had a hand in the silos’ new flow. He cleverly maintained the bedroom and living room’s circular forms, using a wall made of cabinets in the former and a linen curtain in the latter as visual room dividers. The elements not only add privacy but also theatricality to a flat where everyday life takes on an almost museum-like air. In other words: thanks to Arjaan De Feyter, we can now actually live inside a sculpture.
Like second residences, pool houses are fun to design: they’re not occupied full-time, so you can apply some crazier-than-usual ideas. See What Arjaan De Feyter did.