Loving the minimalist style of Belgian Landscape Architect Piet Blanckaert. From the largest majestic spaces to the tiniest ... let the images speak for themselves ... you can see more at http://www.blanckaert.com/
"In the mid Nineties, two young Belgian entrepreneurs started importing & selling unique, ethnic Asian furniture and decorative objects. Driven by the phenomenal success and the rapidly increasing demand of certain models, they set up their own production unit of repeatable teak items not long after. Over a decade later, Ethnicraft has established itself as an internationally renowned company – a pioneer in designing, producing and distributing emorational? wooden furniture with a contemporary and timeless design. No longer only in teak, but also in oak and walnut. Only a small local Belgian company in 1995, Ethnicraft has now grown into a global company with various branches worldwide."
In addition to designing suavely minimalist residential and commercial projects, Antwerp-based architect Vincent Van Duysen has designed earthenware bowls for When Objects Work and cascading crystal chandeliers for Swarovski. We especially admire his kitchens; see more of his work at Vincent van Duysen.