The Brick Rabbit Hole by Lensass Architects

The somewhat remarkable piece of architecture is an accumulation of contemporary forms and old brick situated in old Belgian landscape. A brick shaft (picture bellow), nick-named “the rabbit hole”, is cutting straight through, whilst at the same time connecting a private home, and an office building, and leading in to a garden, or rather a courtyard at the back. This brick shaft can be seen from a popular tourist attraction nearby, the castle of Gaasbeek, and works as a strong and culturally defining element in the age-old landscape.

Via http://archdezart.com/2012/02/12/brick-rabbit-hole-lensass/ and http://www.ilovebelgium.be/the-brick-rabbit-hole

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