Aurélie Maes is an architect and co-founder of the firm “ici architectes”. She talks to us about her career and her vision of architecture. Is it possible to describe one’s architecture when this is ultimately a way of thinking rather than a particular design or trend? Aurélie Maes ICI architectes noussommesici.be contact@noussommesici.be With the support […]

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Christine Conix is undoubtedly the most internationally well-known Belgian female architect. She founded her company in 1979. It’s not recognition that interests her but the quality of the work that she provides. A contextual architecture that is used in every sector of activity, whether it be housing, offices, or public buildings. Christine Conix CONIX RDBM […]

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Li Mei Tsien is an architect and co-founder of the B612 associates firm. She talks to us about her way of working, the importance of her place in society, and the questions she asks herself as a teacher at the University of Mons. Li Mei Tsien B612 associates www.b612associates.com b612@b612.be With the support of Technical […]

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Julie Willem is a Belgian architect who works for the A2M firm. After dealing with competitions in the company, she moved on to more practical work on construction sites, and then to setting up the “Be Passive” magazine. She is currently developing the office in New York. Julie Willem A2M www.a2m.be info@a2m.be With the support […]

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Petra Pfermenges is an architect and urban planner, founder of the Alive Architecture company in which she calls into question the urbanity of the city of Brussels with various projects. In this video, she talks about her love for Brussels, a city where chaos makes challenges possible. Petra Pfermenges ALIVE Architecture alivearchitecture.eu info@alivearchitecture.eu With the […]

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To investigate the characteristics of the building Lucile Soufflet and Domitienne Cuvelier sounded out the residents of the Peterbos site in Anderlecht. What emerged was an art project that enables everybody to identify their own space. A sensitive project that plays on the public-private relationships on a large estate. an initiative of SLRB-BGHM / Brussels […]

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The architect Serge Roose from Roose Partners Architects talks to us about his influences, the importance of context in his architecture, and the importance of hand-drawing as compared to the emergence of the computer. Serge Roose Roose Partners Architects roose.be archi@roose.be Technical sheet of this architecture video clip Journalist : Emma C. Dessouroux Cameramen : […]

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Odile Decq is a French architect, urban planner, designer and artist, born in Laval in 1955. Her roots are in Brittany, a place where she likes to unwind. Her architecture is diverse as everything interests her, especially new challenges. Her preferred materials are metal and glass because she likes precision. Odile Decq has set up […]

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After cutting his teeth in Shanghai and Australia, the architect Jean Garcin joined the Karbon’ firm where he learned a certain humility, withdrawal and distancing from architecture. Jean Garcin Karbon’ 19 avenue Auguste Rodin. 1050 Brussels – Belgium +32 (0)2 649 75 02 info@karbon.be Website Technical sheet of this architecture video clip Journalist : Emma […]

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What interests Bernard Van Damme in architecture is the search, the act of searching for an answer to a particular question. Everything is done by hand drawing. His pencil is his tongue. His current quest? To conduct research into the minimal habitat. Bernard Van Damme BEAI b.vandamme@beai.be Technical sheet of this architecture video clip Journalist […]

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