Our loyal partner Van Den Weghe surprises us again with one of his most recent projects in collaboration with renowned interior designer Dries De Malsche. The high-end processor of marble and natural stone with a keen eye for luxurious design has again delivered a beautiful kitchen and bathroom design. Imagicasa takes you through this project!
Van Den Weghe finds architecture and design extremely important and therefore pays tribute to natural stone and its various applications. This company is known for its aesthetics, innovation and quality. They travel around the world to find the most inspiring and appropriate material and to incorporate this noble, challenging but wonderful material in custom-made projects and objects. In their workshop, valuable pieces that can be used are identified and used as raw material for unique terrazzo compositions. The result is not waste but dazzling new boards, ready to be integrated into outstanding projects. In their most recent project in collaboration with Dries De Malsche, they took care of the bathroom and kitchen. The shower wall, for example, was covered with a beautiful natural stone called Breccia viola en onazo, which immediately becomes the eye-catcher. For the kitchen, Van Den Weghe chose travertine grigio, a wonderfully calming beige colour that immediately creates a link between architecture and nature. Furthermore, these materials are the ideal contrast to the rather sober furniture.
An ideal contrast to the modest furniture
Although natural stone is not an easy product because it is unpredictable, fragile and prone to staining, the Van Den Weghe team is more than happy to work with this beautiful material. Founder Tanguy Van Quickenborne had a passion for beauty, art, interior design and architecture from an early age and this is reflected in every design. Once again, Van Den Weghe really knew how to set the tone with their exceptional selection of remarkable natural stones. The material choice is perfectly integrated in the tailor-made project. Imagicasa will keep an eye on them for more inspiring projects in the future. Photography by Piet-Albert Goethals