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This Red Brick Home Mixes Classic Architecture with a Modern Interior

 - May 18, 2016
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While red brick is generally a material used in the construction of more classic suburban homes, this house in Oedelem, Belgium is a modern red brick home that offers the best of both worlds.

The exterior of the modern red brick house is cubic and does not feature the standard triangular roof that one might expect. The interior of the house accentuates its classic yet modern exterior. The house features high ceilings and makes plenty of use of its space -- with ample storage, shelves and cabinets. Rather than having an open plan as many modern houses have, the kitchen, dining and living rooms take form in a "succession of sequences."

With its excellent use of space and its twist on the average suburban home, this modern red brick house provides an excellent design for any young family.