These ingredients are reflected in his work. His designs are well-considered, serene and flow naturally into one another. However, there is never a lack of exciting or daring details, which ensure that the interiors have a unique character. Hannes’ style of working and designing is appreciated by an ever-increasing group of people nationally and internationally. His creativity, no-nonsense attitude, passion and his architectural insight make him a designer of high quality. Hannes designs and realises interiors in which good living, enjoyment and comfort are the highest values. Interior One gives you a glimpse of some of Francois Hannes’ finest projects.
Francois Hannes is passionate and driven by beauty. He loves the good Burgundian life. The tranquillity of a landscape, nature, but also the dynamics of a metropolis inspire and excite him. It is not the in-between that he seeks, but the extremes.
Perfection, symmetry, detail, patience, focus, precision, passion… these are just a few of the concepts that spontaneously spring to mind when we talk about Japanese floral art. It is also these characteristics that ensure that Japanese floral artists remain in a league of their own.
Under the label ‘styleless’, dmvA makes every possible style its own. In this way, the office immediately removes every limitation and at the same time supports the concept that timeless architecture does not exist. They act as scenario writers, transforming the programme into a screenplay, spaces into sequences and allowing the building to tell a different story every time. They are no mathematical theorists, but designers driven by emotion, commitment, art and sex, resulting in a plastic, thoroughly detailed architecture in which maximalism is achieved in a minimalist manner.
If you Google the name Lieven Musschoot, you will read several times that the interior architect from Knok does not consider the ego of the designer to be important. Lieven Musschoot does not impose himself; on the contrary, he is a good listener, picking up on the smallest details and only translating his own vision after a careful reading of the wishes and desires. Musschoot designs total concepts, whereby he not only arranges the space, designs the furniture and the wall coverings, but even designs the type of bread baskets and table nappies. Those who work with him choose all or nothing.
In the book FRAGMENT, architect Koen Bogaert highlights in 12 articles some remarkable projects from his architectural oeuvre. Texts, drawings and photos (Liesbet Goetschalckx) are given separate pages and can not only be read separately, but also work complementarily. Thus the reader not only gets the (logical) architectural story and choices behind each individual project but also gradually gains an insight into the architect’s general philosophy and aesthetic language of form.