Work in Progress: Van Wassenhove House

Van Wassenhove House was designed in 1974 by Belgian architect Juliaan Lampens. This brutalist concrete icon is one of Lampens' most significant creations, where all rooms are connected and half-height partitions define the spaces. Client Albert Van Wassenhove was a teacher and bachelor, who offered the architect the opportunity to realize his idiosyncratic and radical open living concept.

Welcome Haus Duldeck!

Haus Duldeck was the first residential house designed in 1915 by by Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy. It is situated in the vicinity of the Goetheanum and other buildings designed by him in the ’Dornach Colony' in Switzerland. Steiner developed his ideas about organic architecture from his study of Goethe’s theory of metamorphosis. 

Iconic Houses in the Media

TLmag 23 "Americas" will be released on 15 June at Design Miami/ Basel. It has our 6th story on Iconic Houses since 2013: a short history of 20th century architects' house museums in the US, highlighting two houses that recently opened to the public: Hollyhock House and Pearlroth House. Other recent good reads are articles in the Wall Street Journal, Art New England and Interiors.

Iconic Houses Video Talks

Watch our more than 20 lectures on Iconic Houses in the video section. Tim Benton on Eileen Gray's house E.1027 that recently opened to the public; Jean-Louis Cohen on Konstantin Melnikov's oeuvre and house, also visitable since this year; or Raymond Neutra about the work of his iconic father Richard Neutra:

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