Experience architecture!

Countries: Belgium 151-160 / 210

Lecture own work

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Over and over again one finds in the work of XDGA extremely formulated functional principles, which are then solved logically and with appropriate materials in a rigid, extended zoning system. Fascinating surprises not excluded. On the contrary.

Visit Exhibition in Antwerp

De Singel, Antwerpen

The exhibition Willy Van der Meeren seemed so interesting that there archipelago reserved a guided tour.

Visit The interwar period in Brussels


We visit various interiors that are normally never accessible. The pool interior of the Residence Palace, the N.I.R. interior and more.

Lecture Form is one function too

't Leerhuys, Brugge

The title shows crisp one of the concerns of Christian Kieckens who will explain in his lecture themes like banality as a base – compaction – borders – accept and reject – structural work as the essential dramatic point in each building – form as a result of a concept.

Lecture own work

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Hutsebaut has projects in seventy cities and towns of Belgium. He also designs furniture, interiors and gardens for its buildings.

Visit the quit modernism


The walk is a selection of projects of the interwar period in Brasschaat.

Lecture by Luc Verpoest

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Van de Velde: Three late projects, namely the Belgian pavilions at the world exhibitions in Paris, New York and the Technical School in Leuven. This “silent” modernist work of Van de Velde inspired Huib Hoste.

Visit citywalk with Patrick Arnou

wijk Kristus-Koning, Brugge

Bruges is not necessarily known as a city with a valuable interwar-architecture … Wrong. The district Kristus-Koning includes a remarkable collection of interesting contributions to the ‘Silent’ Modernism.

Lecture by Steven Jacobs

't Leerhuys, Brugge

What this period making so interesting is the fact that Van de Velde, as a more than sixty years old pioneer of the modern movement, sought affiliation with the new post-war generation of young modernist architects, without giving up his own artistic personality.

Lecture by Els Spitaels

't Leerhuys, Brugge

What was the situation in Antwerp at the time of modernism, and typically in the work of Leon Stijnen, Paul Smekens, W. Van Den Broeck, Van Averbeke, Van Steenbergen and others?