The biggest window in the house

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A pair of glass plates, weighing almost four tons and six meters high overlooking the garden. The largest window in a small house in Antwerp will inspire you. The twin panels combine two storeys of two-level home and create the world's largest revolving window. The authors of the project are the following architects Pieter Peerlings and Silvia Mertens.
A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

A house in Antwerp

Tags: design Pieter Peerlings Silvia Mertens window glass Antwerp house project panel architecture
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