In a rural area near Brussels lies a sloping terrain where sheds, stables and old farmhouses alternate. The site with its historically valuable buildings and environment requires subtle interventions and a new program to revive the area. An old stable in the center of the plot is replaced with a family house of which the architecture is inspired by the typology of the shed. Transparency and a sense of security find their balance in the massiveness of the walls and stony materials combined with a symmetrical framing of the openings. The dining area directs to both the backyard and the courtyard.The existing old farmhouse and barn receive a new meaning as guesthouse and caretaker's house. The Bed and Breakfast mainly overlooks the courtyard, with a view on the chapel of Amelgem. The gallery forms an interior space between the two historical buildings. It is conceived as an open room, an indoor summer terrace, where visitors can enjoy the peace and silence the environment offers.