Home of Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen in Antwerp Delft tile lines the kitchen, furnished with a La Cornue stove, Chinese farmer’s chairs and a light fixture from Workstead in Brooklyn. Ceramics designed by Van Duysen are stacked on the stove. Vincent Of Onofrio, Dining Room, Vincent Vans, Chairs, Interiors Design Kitchens, House, Wall Tile, Open Kitchens, Vans Duysen
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I’m in the middle of cleaning out files of old tear sheets and magazines and some designers keep popping up. One of them is Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen. His home in a 19th-century building in Antwerp has been featured in many publications and on many sites but it’s so good that it’s definitely worth revisiting. […]
Home of Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen. The spare, spacious living room is anchored by two custom-made Atelier de Saint-Paul tables, designed by Vincent Van Duysen, and old Chinese stools, and softened with a hand-woven Iranian carpet and a deep Axel Vervoordt sofa and a Pierre Jeanneret chair. An artwork by Tadashi Kawamata hangs behind the table.