Balancing between the concern to create a warm environment and the quest for a fascinating interplay of lines and surfaces that maximize the minimum, Bruno Vanbesien realizes architectural gems with a subtle precision.
Slowness of the designs in the house Rotelenberg by De Vylder Vynck Taillieu architects. The building owners Ellen and Peter Meurez Bodyn give their story with quotes from their books and experiences throughout the entire process.
Is it not true that architecture should be a slow job? With an installation with various time-lapse recordings one can discover an architectural gem of Marie-José Van Hee Architects in various scales. A mental framework of peace gives the viewer time.
URA explores universal archetypes to translate that in a contemporary way to a precise identity in a specific context. The universal is in the very specific.
A dynamic evening full of exciting ideas from very young offices that are given a platform to show their work to a broader audience.
UTIL specializes in thinking, conceiving and designing structural solutions that support the architectural concept of other architects and strengthen. They collaborate with agencies such as Office Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Atelier Kempe Thill, B-architecten, Robbrecht & Daem, studio Vens Vanbelle, URA, …
In Ghent we Alexander Dierendonck (1971) and Isabelle Blancke (1973) as husband and wife as well as partners to work on a fascinating architectural story. We let them have their say in one of their recent projects.
Their young oeuvre example of craftsmanship and maximum spatial impact. In their renovations and custom furniture they combine tactility, experiment and surprising use of color.
A thorough commitment, research and intuition lead these architects in their search for new forms of housing and spatial strategies with a no-nonsense passion for sustainability, ecology and ethics. Their projects, houses, apartment blocks as urban planning already received several awards.
Visiting the exhibition “Young architecture at the sea”
- Czech Republic
- Korea, Republic of
- Russian Federation
- United Kingdom
- United States