About Frederic
Contemporary, yet timeless. Minimal, yet warm. Graphic, yet calm. Calculated, yet intuitive. The characteristics defining the work of interior architect Frederic Kielemoes, seem to be an interplay between opposites. Yet, his designs are pleasant, balanced spaces with a richness in materials, colours and detailing. His portfolio has a strong focus on residential interiors, but also includes exhibition stand designs for respected brands. Frederic is a collector and long-standing admirer of Belgian Geometric Abstract Art, with key artists such as Gilbert Decock and Marc Verstockt. In their formal language, basic shapes such as the circle and the square are strongly present. Frederic’s designs often start with a similar sensibility, before they get sculpted into refined, threedimensional environments.  His choice to work in a modest office with one other interior architect is a deliberate one. Frederic prefers to work in close contact with his clients on the one hand, and the contractors and craftsmen on the other. To hone his knowledge, he can regularly be found on site and in workshops. “My aim is to understand the limits as well as the endless possiblities of materials and techniques, to come to the most elegant solutions.” 
https://www.frederickielemoes.be
Current city: Ledegem
Contemporary, yet timeless. Minimal, yet warm. Graphic, yet calm. Calculated, yet intuitive. The characteristics defining the work of interior architect Frederic Kielemoes, seem to be an interplay between opposites. Yet, his designs are pleasant, balanced spaces with a richness in materials, colours and detailing. His portfolio has a strong focus on residential interiors, but also includes exhibition stand designs for respected brands. Frederic is a collector and long-standing admirer of Belgian Geometric Abstract Art, with key artists such as Gilbert Decock and Marc Verstockt. In their formal language, basic shapes such as the circle and the square are strongly present. Frederic’s designs often start with a similar sensibility, before they get sculpted into refined, threedimensional environments.  His choice to work in a modest office with one other interior architect is a deliberate one. Frederic prefers to work in close contact with his clients on the one hand, and the contractors and craftsmen on the other. To hone his knowledge, he can regularly be found on site and in workshops. “My aim is to understand the limits as well as the endless possiblities of materials and techniques, to come to the most elegant solutions.” 
 

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