This spring we’re off on a journey, not on an exotic destination like Chandigarh or Naoshima, but to the Flemish hinterland where the names of the hamlets vaguely sounds familiar and where cyclists tracks are guiding us.
How does Bruges deal with the growing demand for specific facilities? How can Bruges avoid the threatening split between young and old by no longer offering sectoral solutions, but just focusing on what we can do together better?
“We would want to be seen as architects, not accepting conventions, but understanding them. We want to establish a material culture that is more substantial and sophisticated than any voluntarist architecture aesthetics, but we also want to get over this and show what is missing. “