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In the historic town of Ypres in Flanders an interior designer of repute in the capital of Europe has created an exclusive avant-garde eldorado.

Building on the historic basement foundation walls, his aim was to perfect a consummate union of history and contemporary loft chic above the roofs of the town - and he did so using old tiles from the recycling yard, stainless steel and NOMAWOOD SAHARA.

“When I was planning the terrace, the bench seating and the planters I discovered NOMAWOOD at right time with its aesthetic materials, clean lines, even spacing, natural finish and smooth surface“, said interior designer Jan von der Velde.
In the historic town of Ypres in Flanders an interior designer of repute in the capital of Europe has created an exclusive avant-garde eldorado.

Building on the historic basement foundation walls, his aim was to perfect a consummate union of history and contemporary loft chic above the roofs of the town - and he did so using old tiles from the recycling yard, stainless steel and NOMAWOOD SAHARA.

“When I was planning the terrace, the bench seating and the planters I discovered NOMAWOOD at right time with its aesthetic materials, clean lines, even spacing, natural finish and smooth surface“, said interior designer Jan von der Velde.
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In the historic town of Ypres in Flanders an interior designer of repute in the capital of Europe has created an exclusive avant-garde eldorado.

Building on the historic basement foundation walls, his aim was to perfect a consummate union of history and contemporary loft chic above the roofs of the town - and he did so using old tiles from the recycling yard, stainless steel and NOMAWOOD SAHARA.

“When I was planning the terrace, the bench seating and the planters I discovered NOMAWOOD at right time with its aesthetic materials, clean lines, even spacing, natural finish and smooth surface“, said interior designer Jan von der Velde.
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In the historic town of Ypres in Flanders an interior designer of repute in the capital of Europe has created an exclusive avant-garde Eldorado.

Building on the historic basement foundation walls, his aim was to perfect a consummate union of history and contemporary loft chic above the roofs of the town - and he did so using old tiles from the recycling yard, stainless steel and NOMAWOOD SAHARA.

“When I was planning the terrace, the bench seating and the planters I discovered NOMAWOOD at right time with its aesthetic materials, clean lines, even spacing, natural finish and smooth surface“, said interior designer Jan von der Velde.
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