When architects build their own homes, you expect the results to be a piece. That’s certainly the case with the penthouse of one of the partners in the practice M.&J. – M. Jasper & J. Eyers.
The main building was designed in 1860 by architect Schoy. When coffee roasting left the site in the late 1970s, the buildings were empty for some time, until architect Michel Jaspers bought and renovated the entire site.
The renovated Espace Jacqmotte has been transformed into a mixed-use complex including retail units along the famous Rue Haute, an art gallery, coffee shop, office spaces and a series of luxury apartments.
The building includes a majestic duplex on the penthouse level equipped with large, landscaped terraces and a pool.
Espace Jacqmotte – Penthouse, Glass Pavilion
Espace Jacqmotte – Penthouse, Living room ( Eames and Citterio furniture)