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Lucien Kroll

Lucien Kroll (°Brussels, March 13, 1927 – †Brussels, August 1, 2022) was a Belgian architect.

He studied in La Cambre, and perfected his skills in urban planning and industrial archaeology.

It is one of the main architects of the university campus and hospital in Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe, which is dependent on the French-speaking Catholic University of Leuven, (Louvain-la-Neuve). He also designed the Alma metro station. Lucien Kroll was inspired, among other things, by the work of Hundertwasser. He was particularly successful with the pioneering work he did for sustainable ‘ecological’ buildings. He became a popular architect in France.

He was a pioneer of participatory and ecological architecture, concepts that later became commonplace in the construction world.