Residence SVP by Ville Design

  • Belgian interior designer Ville Design merges two inner-city apartments in Oudenaarde, East Flanders in collaboration with art curator and client Angelique Segaert.

    In Belgian’s Oudenaarde, Ville Design has united two apartments for a client seeking a new life in the city. Calling for a design that would stand the test of time, Ville Design principal Thais Niville worked closely with Angelique Segaert – both client and owner of a Belgian art and furniture agency – on the 250sqm home over two years. Through calming tones and textures, Residence SVP serves as a tranquil home easing Angelique into inner-city living. 

    With timelessness at the heart of every design decision, robust organic materials were specified throughout the home. Gold-veined natural stone by Belgian supplier Hullebusch imbues luxury in the kitchen and bathrooms, finished with brass Vola tapware. In the communal areas, oak flooring cultivates warmth and lends a neutral base for classic design pieces.

    Tadelakt – a traditional Moroccan plastering technique composed of lime plaster and black soap derived from olives – covers the walls and bathroom floors, as well as the kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Tadelakt creates a seamless union between spaces, permeating a strong sense of warmth and cohesion throughout the apartment.

    The Capitol Complex Chair by Pierre Jeanneret.

    The living room invites conversation with the Standard Sofa by Edra.

    The Line dining table designed by Belgian interior designer Nathalie Deboel takes centre stage in the dining room, paired with vintage dining chairs and the Miyazaki bar stools tucked under the stone island. The living room also features an eclectic mix of vintage and new pieces, like the Capitol Complex Chair and Edra Standard Sofa.

    Artwork and decor from Angelique Segaert’s retail space create a sense of personalisation within the home. Thais Niville says that naturally, Angelique ensured the ultimate coherence between the interior design and the decoration of her home. “Art is one of Angelique’s passions; the final works on display in the apartment were carefully selected by her,” Thais says.

    Ville Design’s sensitive intervention in Residence SVP ensures a gentle ease into city living. “Our goal is to ensure that upon completion of a project, the client can fully enjoy an interior that is sober, warm and fully tailored to their daily life – we think that this residence is the perfect example for that,” Thais adds.

    Each bathroom features brass Vola tapware.

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