Hampton is located at the first of three green courtyards. The architecture is characterized by beautiful art deco influences. You can recognize these by the nostalgic entrance hall, the beige-yellow brick facade and spacious rounded terraces, finished in wood and concrete decorative elements. The bronze-coloured aluminium joinery adds an extra warm touch to the building.
COMING HOME IS FEELING ALIVE
A SPLENDID PLACE TO LIVE
All Park Lane buildings are true eye-catchers and unique in their genre. Hampton consists of 1 or 2 bedroom apartments with a quiet location on a courtyard. From your terrace, you can enjoy a view on the Park Lane buildings or the courtyard.
Hampton is being built according to the Brussels passive standard. Solar panels will heat a large part of the water used for heating and plumbing. An innovative air circulation system ensures healthy air in each apartment. You’ll enjoy high quality finishing materials both inside and out.
MEET THE ARCHITECTS
Hampton was designed by awg architects, who together with Sergison Bates and noA architects developed the Park Lane design and concept. The Antwerp office was founded in 1971 by Bob Van Reeth and has since grown into an innovative team with a project-specific approach, an approach that is gaining in popularity at home and abroad. Their point of departure is always the broad context of the project: location, time and culture.
ART DECO STYLE