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_Pavilion Sestig close up

 

Brutalism meets contemporary chic. Architect Glenn Sestig and his creative team recently reconverted and moved their offices into a villa from the early 1970s, originally designed by architect Ivan van Mossevelde.  

The Belgian studio’s approach favours subtle spatial luxury, calm, clean forms, material honesty and minimalist and modernist influences – all elements that have come to define founder Glenn Sestig’s professional path. Sestig is a master at impressing in the most sophisticated, unassuming way.

The Studio Vervloet collection 'Close up' is designed specifically for the new Sestig headquarters. A complete handcrafted collection of architectural hardware which will soon also include kitchen and bathroom accessories. 

Sestig created the collection based on one archetypical form extended into an ergonomic yet elegant profile. Due to the combinations of profiles, the 'Close Up' collection, featuring subtle and refined detailing, turns out to be both timeless and functional.

Find an overview of the full collection in the new Studio Vervloet catalogue 

All images by photographer Piet-Albert Goethals
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