In the heart of Antwerp, Belgium, the Mozart project by Poot Architecture revitalizes a 19th-century townhouse. Confronting challenges like restricted sunlight due to its orientation and a towering rear wall, the redesign employs sober interventions.

The goal? Merging modern elegance with the townhouse’s historic grandeur, all while enhancing natural light flow.

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