ONO Architectuur - Children’s shoe store, Belsele 2011. The shop takes the form of a row-home in this historically protected and picturesque Belgian town. The stepped roof on the second level not only reconciles the heights of the neighboring buildings, but creates a duplex space for the upper apartment. On the lower level, the shop’s floor is sunk from the sidewalk to create a larger sense of space in the narrow lot. A nice pallet of materials including brass, polished concrete, and painted concrete block comprise the interior spaces, with lighting fixtures that seem to draw inspiration from Lewerentz. Via, photos (C) Filip Dujardin.