Chateau Engelain

Value: withheld
Client: withheld
Construction: 2010 – 2013

This project involves the complete remodelling of a fortified farmhouse in substantial grounds.

The exterior of the building has been renovated traditionally with the exception of a concrete plinth that is the continuation of the ground floor interior.

The interior of the building had been very badly remodelled in the early 1990’s and the decision was taken to remove this work in its entirety.

The new interior concept, keeps the random rubble exterior walls exposed with large linen curtains over windows. The interior walls forming stairs and fireplaces etc are made from white plaster walls. The floor is finished in screed. A restaurant was formed in one of the outhouses with a large shaded garden terrace.

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