Creative Living Ross Kimbarovsky | May 27th, 2008

If you were asked to design a house but had to make it no more than 94.5 inches (240 centimeters) wide, what would you do? Yes, that’s right – 94.5 inches WIDE.

Belgian architect-designers Pieter Peerlings and Silvia Mernets from sculp(it) were faced with just a dilemma for one of their projects located in Antwerp, Belgium.

The wall facing the outside is made entirely of glass. There are no shades. For more details and great photographs, click here.

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