The former conciërge residence of this presbytery house was transformed into a large conference room. The large bordeaux stained monolith cabinets holds various functions: the stairs to a smaller cosy meeting room upstairs, a fully equipped kitchen, space for all the chairs and foldable custom made tables. All this while adding a very lineair emphasis on the length of this space, thus inducing awe to the visitor. The terrazzo tiles of the entrance and central floor are a luxurious reminder of the office space designed by Jo Van Den Eynde. This room was made to offer many functionalities but mostly to impress the existing and future clientele.
Designed and produced by studio - atelier PART in collaboration with Carmina Lemoine and architect Jo Van Den Eynde