Place Stéphanie, in an Art Deco building of the 1930s, the interior designer Guy Hermans reinterpreted the space of this 1st floor apartment in a very contemporary spirit while respecting the original decorative elements.
Divided into two different parts, the apartment presents a living room with a gas fire, a dining room, a small office, a toilet, a kitchen with lava stone floor and a kitchen with central island and a space for lunch. The night area consists of two rooms that open onto a terrace at the back of the building, each with its own bathroom. This apartment is unique in its design and choice of materials: beautiful proportions calculated according to the golden ratio, use of noble woods such as oak and sycamore, the floors are made of polished volcanic stone and the walls are composed of ceramic tiles.
Others : Recent renovations in 2018, integrated sound system, pre-wiring air conditioning in the bedrooms, collective boiler, small cellar and wine cellar.
Place Stephanie is conveniently located near the center of Brussels, surrounded by shops and businesses, it offers transport facilities and easy access to the surrounding towns.
For any further information, please contact Jean Marc Delcroix at .
Reference : 3755943
Environmental impact rating (CO2): 52 kg/m²