Design: MSA/V+. New Brussels housing represents the urban revalidation scheme with a landmark at the entrance of the city and to provide exemplary apartments for large families. The client is the City of Schaerbeek.
Design: Jaspers-Eyers Architects. Alternatively known as ‘The Circle,’ the project uses transparency as a key theme. The glass facade forms a skin around the circular building’s open plan central atrium space, where daily activities are illuminated with a full 360 degrees of natural light.
Design: MDW ARCHITECTURE with H+G Architects. New sustainable wooden supermarket in Liège, a simple typology handled with ambition and craftiness, becomes a subtle operation of urban acupuncture that heals the place where it is built.
“An ensemble of all sorts becomes an ensemble as such”. 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.
Design: Gijs Van Vaerenbergh. The installation invites the spectator to walk through one kilometre of steel corridors. A series of Boolean transformations create spaces and perspectives that reinterpret the traditional labyrinth
Design: Studio Libeskind, architects / H2a. Conceived as a new architectural landmark for Mons, the new convention center is a key element in a plan for economic revitalization, and serves as a connector between the old and the new.
Design: C.F. Møller Architects + Brut Architecture and Urban Design. Architectural competition win for new residential and mix-use tower in Nieuw Zuid area in Antwerp, with a proposal that redefines residential high-rise as a vertical social community
Design: KCAP Architects&Planners with evr-Architecten
Winning design team for one of three residential towers in the Antwerp Nieuw Zuid project. This new residential area developing along the Schelde is based on a masterplan by Studio Associates Secchi-Viganò.
Design: BURO II & ARCHI+I, architects. Comprehensive upgrade of a social housing company outdated buildings. Emphasis was put on healthier homes, rational and more efficient use of space, lower energy consumption and low maintenance costs.
These two multi-storey properties respect the scale of the adjacent residential centre. Both buildings optimally integrate in the landscape as a result of their underground garage and the planting of dune grasses.
Design: Vincent Callebaut Architectures. New images of urban renewal project limiting carbon emissions in the European Union capital. The role of architects “involves advocating for a hybrid history”, and making bold choices.
The Vegetable Palace is an ambitious project for research and demonstration of vegetable cultivation that will further connect Inagro, the Flemish institute for agriculture, to the agro-logistical sector and the food-consumer.
Designed for ProWinko and in collaboration with Belgian architects Jaspers-Eyers, Le Toison d’Or is a hybridisation of a traditional building-block typology and a mixed-use development with a retail podium.