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7 Dazzlingly Colorful Midcentury Homes

By Dwell @dwell
Two glass facades in the living space allow for an unencumbered view of the beech tree.

Inspired by the theories Yves Klein and Le Corbusier, Belgian architect Dieter Van Everbroeck organized his renovated 1960s bungalow around a sharp color code. “Color is used only on freestanding elements, to emphasize the fact that they are freestanding," explains Dieter Van Everbroeck. "That’s a design principle, and there’s nothing ad hoc about it.”

Photo by Hertha Hurnaus.

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