The dovecote in the forestry area in Dorst stands in a clearing in the wood, next to a stream in which it is reflected. The way the stones are stacked leaves edges and angles on which the birds can sit. There are occasional gaps too, where a stone has been left out so that the birds can get inside to sit on bars. The dovecote is built in blocks of Pietra di Vicenza, a calcareous sandstone from Italy.
Robbrecht en Daem architecten
Dorst, The Netherlands
Paul Robbrecht, Hilde Daem, Kristoffel Boghaert, Katrien Cammers, Tinne Verwerft
BAS (Dirk Jaspaert)