House of Gigli, named after the famous opera-singer, was born in the 50’s. It’s not proven that the new owners are less talented when it comes to singing, but it was their wish to create a similar vibe for their coastal residence. The house is splitted into two flats. One for the parents to live there permanently, one for the children to escape their busy work life.

The floorplan is purified to get a more spacious feeling, the shape of the arched front door is repeated throughout the entire project and its details. The materialization consists of a fifties-inspired color-palette with flowers on the wall. The wooden floor is newly assembled out of leftovers, to give it an intriguing touch.

Fotooos // Alexander D’Hiet