Day 40/365 of Steel – Vilarte

Some of you may think that I only look back with nostalgia on all those beautiful projects in steel from the past. Just to clear up this misunderstanding: today I would like to enthuse you about a very young company that was founded exactly one year ago: VilarteVeerle Claerhout and Pieter De Vylder came up with a brilliant concept together with the well-known designer Stefan Schöning: a minimalist pavilion with high-end materials and finish and a steel frame as structural basis. 

Fig 1: Minimalist Outdoor Pavilion
Image courtesy of vilarte and stefan.schö

If you want to know more about this concept , check the link above.

About the Author:

Bruno Dursin – Managing Director at Believe in Steel. Bruno has more than 30 years of experience in promoting steel & steel solutions. His clients benefit from his extensive network within the building industry.

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