Ivan van Mossevelde
Belgian architect born in Wachtebeke in Belgium in 1940
Van Mossevelde has been designing homes since the 1980s. He moved abroad to open an architecture practice in Sammezzano Italy in 1985. Amongst his noted early works is the reconfiguring and reinvigorating of the Lazio village of Labro. Key to the design was making the village accessible to traffic.
Amongst Van Mossevelde’s many other projects are the brutalist home for art collector Roger Matthys-Colle in Deurle and the Aquavia headquarters in Landegem. Two projects in Sint-Martens-Latem are Villa M, a modernist bungalow for Professor Henri Muller and the Town Hall.
Information with thanks to Ivan Van Mossevelde’s website