You are here

Architecture picture
TRINKHALL by Atelier Beguin-Massart.

Discover the portraits of different operators of architecture in Wallonia-Brussels and their contemporary achievements.

> iMAL by Central / NP2F

> TRINKHALL by Atelier Beguin-Massart

> URSULINEN by Label

> CIME CONDUCTIVE by A229

> MEXICO by Vers.A

 

iMAL by Central / NP2F

IMAL is a unique place in the Brussels landscape. More than an art center, it takes its relevance both by the culture it proposes and by its urban situation. A culture of co-production, anchored in its time. An accessible place, at the crossroads of two neighborhoods, capable of federating a plural public through the transversality of its activities.

A former factory situated along the canal of Brussels has the ambition to become the Center for Arts, Sciences, Technology, Innovation and Inclusion.

central-net.eu/

 

TRINKHALL by Atelier Beguin-Massart

Renovation and expansion of areas housing the museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions, reserves and workshops, museum café, offices and pedagogical activity room.

beguin-massart.be/portfolio_page/trinkhall/

 

URSULINEN by Label

School. The Ursulinensite in the centre of Mechelen, Belgium, is characterised by a mishmash of building types and styles, lacking any clear definition. Made up out of different public buildings intertwined with private dwellings, the building block presents itself as a labyrinthine and hardly legible piece of city fabric.

In an attempt to structure the open space of the building block, the project introduces a series of courtyards. In combination with the extreme compactness of the new buildings, we recreate large unbuilt spaces, forming breathing areas in the middle of the dense block.

labelarchitecture.be/project/ursulinen-2/

 

CIME CONDUCTIVE by A229

The project consisted of the creation of a new type 4 (motor disability) secondary school.

a229.be/post/182241378826

 

MEXICO by Vers.A

Construction of an appartment building and a pocket park.

versa-architecture.be/MEXICO

 

These videos were produced by Wallonie-Bruxelles Architectures and directed by Jonathan Ortegat, supported by a team made up of Jeanne Debarsy for the sound, Loup Mormont for the music, Jean Forest for the graphics and Lucien Keler for the colorimetry.

Pages