Talaa 12 - Rooms in Brussels
Two lovers of houses and contemporary and African art, Marianne Lacroix and Philippe Taburiaux, open the doors of their Brussels home to you.
From her many returns to Brussels, Marianne has come to see the true beauty of their Brussels town house, designed by Veldeman and constructed in 1914. It is located right in the middle of the European quarter on a calm and tree-lined street. Twenty years ago Philippe renovated the house in a totally contemporary spirit. The traditional façade conceals a surprising single-volume ground floor, which is organised around a white marble patio that generates a well of light.
Marianne decided to give it a fresh breath and new meaning, as a result of her experience with bed and breakfasts in Morocco.
She “refreshed” the house and the well-lit and soothing spaces spread over three floors, which are adorned by their collection of the contemporary artworks (BUREN, BAGE, FABRE, MUYLE, IRMER, BAYARD, WILLEM, VILLEGLE, VERTESSEN, GOOSSE, etc.), as well as signed designer furniture (STARCK, NOGUSHI, HOFFMANN, KURAMATA, PAULIN, DUBREUIL, BAUGNIET, etc.).
She decided to open up the house… and create a bed and breakfast.
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