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Key Belgian Property Developments – Built Environment in Belgium
post updated 11 Dec 2020
Building Developments in Ghent
e-architect pick key examples of Ghent Building Developments, Belgium. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.
We cover completed Gent buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the city area. The focus is on contemporary Ghent buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.
We have 1 page of Gent Architecture selections with links to many individual project pages.
Ghent Building News
11 Dec 2020
University HOGENT Ghent Campus Schoonmeersen Buildings, Belgium
Design: SADAR + VUGA d.o.o. with LENS°ASS Architecten
photo : German Luis Bourgeat
University HOGENT Ghent Campus Schoonmeersen Buildings
The new building for the Faculty of Social Work (Building T) and the new Sports Hall Extension at Kampus Schoonmeersen of University HOGENT in Ghent, Belgium, were completed in September 2020. The buildings are now opened to the public with limited access due to the coronavirus.
3 Jan 2017
DC L-Berg Nominated for Mies van der Rohe 2017 Awards
Design: architecten de vylder vinck taillieu
photo © Filip Dujardin
DC L-Berg Building in Ghent
A grand, nineteenth century façade, a structure of ‘stacked tables’ and a leitmotif of shining, black volumes form together the new social services centre in Ledeberg.
29 Sep 2015
Rinkkaai Mixed-Use Development
Rinkkaai Mixed-Use Development in Ghent
31 Jan 2013
Stadshal Gent : City Hall, Ghent, Belgium
Design: Robbrecht en Daem architecten; Marie-José Van Hee architecten
photo : Petra Decouttere
17 Jan 2013
Wintercircus Transformation, Ghent
Design: Atelier Kempe Thill
picture from architect
The new centre will house the ViAA (Flemish Institute for Archive of the audio-visual heritage), Luisterpunt – a library for blind people, i-Cubes – a centre for starting ICT – firms and, a new medium – size rock concert hall that will be constructed under the main atrium space. The renovation of the building is part of the transformation of the Waalse Krook-neighbourhood in the centre of Ghent together with the new library and living lab for new media that is already under construction.
Major Ghent Architecture Projects, alphabetical:
Production Studios, Ghent
Design: Jan De Vylder architecten
photograph : Filip dujardin/OWI
Ghent Production Studios
At the Bijloke site in Ghent, Jan De Vylder architecten constructed a production house for dance company Les Ballets C de la B and musical theatre LOD. The result is two alienating constructions back to back; as if they have been pushed apart, yet still contemplate one another through unusual viewing holes.
University College Ghent, Campus Schoonmeersen
Design: SADAR + VUGA with LENS°ASS Architecten
image by architects
University College Ghent
SADAR + VUGA in collaboration with LENS°ASS Architecten participated in an invited competition of the Vlaams Bauwmeester Open Call 21. The competition called for three new buildings on the Campus Schoonmeersen of the University College Ghent, a building for the Study of Social Work (SOAG), a Sports Hall Extension and lastly the Renovation of Building B and adjoining Student Plaza.
Waalse Krook, Gent
image © Mir_www.mir.no
Waalse Krook Gent
The two main aims in the design for the Urban Library of the Future and Centre for New Media in Gent are to create a dynamic, flexible and open knowledge environment, whilst simultaneously strengthening the character of the location with the introduction of a building with a distinct architectural identity.
More Ghent Architecture online soon
Location: Ghent, Belgium, western Europe
Architecture in Belgium
Belgian Architectural Designs – chronological list
Belgian building near Gent:
Avelgem Community Centre
Design: Dierendonckblancke architecten
image from architects
Avelgem Community Centre
Design: Atelier Christian de Portzamparc
image © Nicolas Borel
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