Creating clarity: Belgian architect Tom Thys has given new life to the Aristo House. This historical building dates back to 1914 and is situated on a slope of the Trigno Valley with a fantastic view over the hills, woods and fields of Abruzzo.
A purist and tranquil place, from nature to architecture. Inspired by classical design language, the Aristo House has been reduced to the essentials. The result is effective, from the original brickwork and the clear, linear structures of the rooms to the soft, natural colors and the simple yet high-quality furnishings.
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Architects: Tom Thys architecten
Area: 145 m²
Lead Architects: Tom Thys
Landscape Design: Bart Ureel
Design/Presentation: Tom Thys, Katrien Lommaert, Siebrent Willems, Alexander Van Gestel
Program / Use / Building Function: Holiday home