complete with a modular aluminum pod that not only breaks the space up, it becomes the focal point and
\central hub of the loft.
Daniel Dethier, the architect, found willing clients who let him push the boundaries in this abandoned
bakery in Liège, Belgium to give them the function and layout they needed, while at the same time bringing
in one unique design.
They first opened the space up to give it the loft-like feel the clients asked for. Then it was time for the
pièce de résistance, the pod that houses the two bathrooms, a toilet, storage areas, and the heating and
Clearly inspired by Airstream campers, the aluminum clad unit runs down the central length of the loft
and mainly separates the bedroom and the living room. It creates other zones as well.
All images © Serge Brison for Dethier Architectures
Airstream-Inspired Living: Kempart Loft with Aluminum Pod by Dethier Architectures