Old Clay Timbered House Renovated in Belgium by Burobill

Old Clay Timbered House Renovated by Burobill

Architects: Burobill
Project: Old Clay Timbered House
Location: Belgium
Photographs: Liesbet Goetschalckx

This old clay timbered house is located in rural Heers, Belgium. The house was completed renovated by Brussels-based Burobill studio.

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