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Axel Vervoordt

Belgian Wabi-Sabi Designer Axel Vervoordt‘ s Home

Interiors Houses Belgium 2020-04-10

       In 1989 Axel Vervoordt transformed an old castle from the 16th century into its own office, home and museum. The ancient castle is near the river and has a beautiful garden. The interior is simple, natural and intimate and rustic, which brings people a relaxing and comfortable feeling. He properly presented materials and objects, exposed concrete floors, peeling paint walls, and worn and worn furniture. He said, "I like ancient walls, and as time goes on, they will become like oil paintings."” 
       It's a 50-room castle, complete with moat, situated just outside Antwerp. Long neglected, the structure and its grounds took four years to renovate. But here Vervoordt was able to create a grand mis-en-scène carefully orchestrated to make manifest his aesthetic. Each room features a different decor: The study is richly furnished in the English style, while the dining room is an all-white Baroque fantasy with an opulent crystal chandelier and a display of blue-and-white Ming. The spare meditation room has white-slipcovered furnishings, bare pine-board flooring, a 16th-century screen by one of Japan’s first Zen masters and a giant Antoni Tàpies canvas, Grand marron troué, 1972, below which rests a Lucio Fontana Concetto spaziale, natura bronze sculpture. Speaking of the room, Vervoordt says, “You can hear the silence.”

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