Pure Belgian

/Pure Belgian

Pure Belgian

 

Those who are following my blog since a few years, will absolutely have read my earlier blogpost about the Belgian artisan Dirk Mortier.

Dirk designs and creates beautiful wooden rural outbuildings, home extensions, fences and accessories, all related to the traditional Flemish country outdoor living and landscape architecture.

Dirk’s father was an architect and painter and painted the idyllic landscapes and farms of the Flemish Ardennes. Due to his father’s paintings, Dirk’s passion for the traditional Flemish landscape architecture was born. He now continues his father’s work in a three-dimensional way.

Designing wooden constructions, fences, etc, Dirk opts for simple and pure concepts without useless decorations, going back to the authentic, essential use.

The construction is done with authentic tools and machines.

Behind Dirk Mortier’s realisations of scenic beauty lies a profound story of craft, practise and culture.

Dirk’s workshop is based in Everbeek-Beneden, a village in the Flemish Ardennes with its magnificent landscape. His home is only a few steps away from our home, and every time we walk around the orchards of his property, we enjoy the beautiful wooden fences, all made by Dirk.

Even though Dirk is skilled in the construction of more than only fences and gates, today I want to show you some pictures of his beautiful hand made wooden fences. To see more pictures of his wooden constructions and accessories, please visit the photo gallery on his website here.

 

16One of Dirk Mortier’s hand made fences in the Flemish countryside.

 

2Trees are usually cut by Dirk himself.

 

17All designs are made by Dirk.

 

10The finished product goes directly to the end customer.

 

18Love this detail !

 

11Dirk at work in his workshop, accompanied by a close friend !

 

3Orchard fence.

 

19Even these donkeys seem to enjoy their fences.

 

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Fences in the snowy Belgian landscape.

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Fence and gate.

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Some of Dirk’s beautiful wooden fence gates.

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8How charming is the look of this weathered gate?

 

7Dirk Mortier

If you would love to have your property fenced in the traditional Flemish style, please contact Dirk at info@mortier.eu 

To see more of his hand made realisations, please visit the photo gallery on Dirk’s website here. You will be charmed !

 

MORTIER BIJGEBOUWEN

Traditional outbuildings, fences and accessories

BREEDSTRAAT 7 • 9660 EVERBEEK-BENEDEN (BRAKEL)

BELGIUM

TEL. 0032 (0) 477 80 98 81

INFO@MORTIER.EU

WWW.MORTIER.EU

 

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend !

xx

Greet

All images Dirk Mortier website http://www.mortier.eu/

With permission of Dirk Mortier

By |2018-07-11T10:54:49+00:00January 23rd, 2015|Categories: Belgian Pearls|Tags: , , , , |5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Rié Moratto Friday, January 23, 2015 at 3:06 PM - Reply

    These Flemish fences and gates by Dirk Mortier are gorgeous; they are a pieces of art. I have noticed them in photos before, and have loved them, but had know idea they were traditional Flemish landscape architecture. Charming! Thank you for sharing this artist work. Rié | Portobello Design Blog

  2. Karena Albert Friday, January 23, 2015 at 3:31 PM - Reply

    Greet, Dirks work is amazing. I love split rail and custom wood fencing! I can see he truly loves his work, a great artisan!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

  3. Castles Crowns and Cottages Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 8:47 PM - Reply

    Dearest Greet, what a perfect setting, a perfect life. To work with your hands, to be accompanied by ANIMALS! A rich life indeed. Such beauty here, dearest Greet! I hope you and Mango are well! Anita

  4. Onder de rieten kap Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 12:39 PM - Reply

    Oh Greet, I love this post! We used similar fences at our home, it's so beautiful!
    Greetings, Yvonne

  5. Tante Mali Monday, January 26, 2015 at 9:02 PM - Reply

    Greet, the wooden fences are wonderful. Love when they get a moss patina! Great pictures – as alsways!
    Happy days
    Elisabeth

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