Atelier Fréderic Louis adds new curves to art-deco house in Antwerp

The rounded details of an art-deco-style facade are repeated throughout the interior of this house in Antwerp, which has been renovated by Atelier Fréderic Louis.

Belgian architect Fréderic Louis has modernised the layout of House Mellinet, replacing the previously separate kitchen and living room with a large, open family room that opens out to the rear garden.

The design – created in collaboration with interior designer Sarah De Pauw – celebrates the building’s existing curved details.

The art-deco house has a brick facade with various curved details

According to Louis, it was these details that first attracted the owners to the 145-square-metre property.

“They bought the home because they fell in love with

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