Experience architecture!

Countries: Belgium 171-180 / 215

Lecture recent work in Bruges, Leuven & Hasselt

't Leerhuys, Brugge

The three case studies are dealing with creative restorations in which the designers were commissioned to restore a monument and at the same time to give a new function for which it has never served.

Miscellaneous a city walk

Brugse binnenstad, Brugge

We look forward to an architecture without exclusives, without formalism, without complacency and uninhibitly approaches the existing without seeing ‘the ancient as a past and the new not as a promise’.

Visit Antwerp

Antwerpen, Brasschaat...

visit exhibition Steven Holl + a representative overview of recent architecture in Antwerp

Lecture by Jef Van den Broeck

't Leerhuys, Brugge

City on the River is the collective name for a series of projects were Antwerp attempts to intensify the contact with the Scheldt and also tries to initiate the necessary innovations and additions to sites like “het Zuid” and “het Eilandje”.

Lecture own work

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Typical of his style is the use of glass, wood and steel and attention to sustainability.

Debate with Sieg Vlaeminck, Jean Vandenbilcke, Bob Vanhaeverbeke, Axel Ghyssaert, Philip Cardinael & Wim Supply

't Leerhuys, Brugge

A serene discussion on architectural and planning principles in a complex issue as this as large-scale project and on the unique urban location of the prison complex.

Lecture by Guido Lauwaert

Domein d'Hanins de Moerkerke, Brugge

The ERC project in Waterschei was an invited competition to architects Ungers (DE), Sarfati (FR), EGM (NL), Cooper Campagnon (NL), Group Planning (BE) and Atelier d’Architecture de Sart Tilman (BE). The latter group led by C. Strebelle came out as the winner.

Lecture with Sieg Vlaeminck, Werner Desimpelaere & Raf Desaeger

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Jan Tanghe replies on questions from Sieg Vlaeminck, Werner De Simpelaere and Raf De Saeger.

Lecture own work

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Last year we visited two surprising and notable works of Delmulle (Fourneau in Waregem, and his own house). He explains his vision of architecture and his philosophy about living: his own-sensible ideas.