The G-Lab is a laboratory for generosity. A newly composed family has turned their home into a practice of living together with the the five of them as with others. Thus the house becomes part of the city. During the renovation, the house was folded out to provide more diverse spaces and more fluid boundaries.
The house can be shared with everyone, as long as it works in the rhythm of the family. In this way, the family wants to make a positive gesture to the neighborhood and encourage policy in the search for good forms of living together.
Design public residential house
Location - Bruges, Belgium
Collaboration with Tc plus
Photos by Luc Roymans