Brussels, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe hosting the European Institutions.
Gorgeous buildings and a magnificent Grand Place with a heady atmosphere.
This is where you can see an exceptional mansion not far from city center.
The ancient part of the CUBE INTERIORS manor house still reflects the history. Inhabited by a doctor in 1905, this ancient part has been completely renovated in 2011 and a modern annex has been added to the building. It is now hosting an architects and custom-made furniture designers’ studio.
What makes this building so outstanding is the contrast between the ancient and the modern parts of the building. Geoffrey and Olivier installed NOËL & MARQUET decorative elements in the whole building with a touch of art: wall frames underlining nice paintings, 3D wall panels at the ceiling of the staircase, a variety of chair rails combined together to make a stalactites pattern, staircase handrails running through the walls and continuing their way on the ceilings, as well as many other deco creative ideas.
You will find there both ornamented and modern cornices, wall decoration and skirtings that come together in harmony and contribute to the warm ambiance in the interior decoration.
More information about CUBE INTERIORS architects’ studio on www.cube-interiors.com.
Design Made with NOËL & MARQUET
Architect: OLIVIER & GEOFFREY MORETTI
Photographer: Christian CHARLIER
Photo credits: NMC S.A.