An old mansion in Brussels had already been entirely dismantled on the inside when JUMA Architects were asked to renovate and enlarge it.
The previous interventions had to a large degree affected the original charm of the mansion. In order to restore the house to its former glory, the client wanted new ornaments installed in several places on the walls, on the ceilings and around the interior doors.
This exceptional renovation is one of the highlights of Belgian Modern, published in July 2021 and the follow-up book of both highly successful Belgian Masters publications presenting all new reports of high-end residential projects by architecture and interior architecture studios in Belgium.
Photography: Annick Vernimmen