27 Dec '13, 10pm

WWII Water Tower Transformed Into A Very Cool 6-Story Luxury Home

WWII Water Tower Transformed Into A Very Cool 6-Story Luxury Home

I've never looked at a water tower and thought, "Wow, I would love to live up there," but Bham Design Studio has changed that. Found in Steenokkerzeel, Belgium, Chateau d’Eau is a 100-foot tall water tower that was originally built between 1938 and 1941. With a long history, including being used by the Nazis as a watchtower during World War II, the structure was in use until the 1990s. In 2004, the Belgian Royal committee for National Heritage Sites requested the building be preserved and renovated. This is where Bham steps in, transforming the tower into a six-story

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