Despite the 400 m² floor surface and immense glazed facade, Pieterjan still manages to introduce small doses of intimacy and homeliness. Cohesion is obtained by the use of a limited range of materials which serve to sharply delineate the different areas. The entrance is a massive box of natural stone, as are the kitchen and bathroom. In contrast, when you get to the living room and bedrooms, you find parquet and carpet. This pied-à-terre reads link an exciting circuit. It leads you along tactile and rigid materials, man-cave and boudoir areas, intimate and opulent luxury.