Kasteel van ‘s-Gravenwezel

Posted on Sun, 12 Dec 2021 by KiM

How could I continue with castle Sundays without featuring the Belgian castle of legendary designer and art/antiques dealer Axel Vervoordt. Kasteel van ’s-Gravenwezel dates back to the 12th century and represents Axel’s style to its core – minimalist and appear seemingly untouched over time. Axel has perfected the ability to create environments that look found, not made. It is earthy, warm, textured, worn and about as magical as a castle can get.

Photos: K. Geudens for Tefaf, Frederik Vercruysse for Wallpaper, Jean-Pierre Gabriel for Vogue, Jake Curtis via DesignAndLive, Anniversary Magazine

axie says:

Earthy, minimalist castle. A beautiful oxymoron, love it!

anna piaggi says:

Thank you so much for this.
So many lessons to learn from it.

Barb Ward says:

While I appreciate Vervoordt’s genius
I’m amazed at the lack of lighting in
the castle

Anke says:

Wow, very interesting! Didn’t see that interior coming behind such a facade.

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