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Best of Livegreenblog, commercial and industrial architecture

24-08-2021

Best of Livegreenblog, commercial and industrial architecture

Being sustainable is also a prerogative for companies, so we dedicate this Best of Livegreenblog to the business world that has opted for environmentally friendly solutions in its architectural choices. We find projects involving the recovery and reuse of existing buildings, but also new constructions.

Composite Presence, the Belgian pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

30-06-2021

Composite Presence, the Belgian pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

The Belgian pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale proposes the exhibition Composite Presence, composed of 50 projects which curator Dirk Somers of Bovenbouw Architectuur exhibits as a report on the contemporary city in the Flanders, asking: how can the city and architecture grow together?

Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, a sustainable conversion

18-01-2021

Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, a sustainable conversion

More than merely the largest cross-laminated timber structure in Europe, the Gare Maritime on the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels is a sustainable project by Neutelings Riedijk Architects in collaboration with Bureau Bouwtechniek to convert what was once Europe’s largest freight station into a new district of the city.

Bruther wins the 2020 Swiss Architectural Award

03-12-2020

Bruther wins the 2020 Swiss Architectural Award

The studio Bruther, founded by architects Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Thériot, has won the 2020 Swiss Architectural Award. The candidates for the seventh edition of the award are nominated by a committee of internationally prominent architects and critics. The jury, chaired by architect Mario Botta, selected Bruther on the basis of three projects: the Saint-Blaise Cultural and Sports Centre in Paris (2010-2014), the New Generation Research Centre in Caen (2013-2015), and “Maison Julie-Victoire Daubié” Residence for Researchers in Paris (2014-2018).

Bovenbouw: Renovation of a home on Lovelingstraat, Antwerp

13-05-2020

Bovenbouw: Renovation of a home on Lovelingstraat, Antwerp

In this house on Lovelingstraat, Bovenbouw Architectuur has reinterpreted Antwerp’s 19th-century rooms with modern twists, creating timeless spaces. The strategy used to bring light into the interiors and the intermingling of old and modern styles are the focal points of this Belgian firm’s original design.

Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu PC Caritas, an experimental space in Melle

12-08-2019

Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu PC Caritas, an experimental space in Melle

In the Flemish province of East Flanders, in the town of Melle, the architectural firm De Vylder Vinck Taillieu has transformed the Sint-Jozef building, located in the centre of the Caritas campus, into a new and experimental public space for discovering and defining new possible ways of living.

Bovenbouw: renovation of buildings in Antwerp’s Leysstraat

06-12-2017

Bovenbouw: renovation of buildings in Antwerp’s Leysstraat

Bovenbouw Architectuur renovated three nineteenth-century buildings in Antwerp’s central street, Leysstraat, for residential use in an area that had become purely a shopping district. Bovenbouw uses a delicate touch on a historic building.

Bovenbouw: new firefighters station in Berendrecht

02-03-2016

Bovenbouw: new firefighters station in Berendrecht

In Bovenbouw’s project, Berendrecht firefighters’ station plays a symbolic role in the indistinct landscape of the port of Antwerp. Belgian studio Bovenbouw has built a new firefighters’ station in Berendrecht topped by a residential unit inspired by the work of John Körmeling.

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