Parckfarm is a project that came out of the experience of Park Design 2914. Initiated by Brussels Environment, led by Petra Pfermenges (Alive Architecture), the aim was to sensitise the citizen to agricultural practices in the city. The park is signed up to a sustainability programme and is an integral part of the Tour and […]

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The Reyers construction project, managed by the BEAI and Lassoie Van Eyck & Associates offices on behalf of the SLRB (Brussels Region Social Housing Agency), is taking root between Rue Colonel Bourg and the E40. The project is located in a rapidly evolving zone, as the Mediapark project is to be developed on the RTBF-VRT […]

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The Lavoisier site, once occupied by the British American Tobacco company, has been transformed into social and regular housing units, with open plan space allocated for economic use. This transformation took place with the cooperation of citydev.brussels, the SLRB, and the architectural practice Assar Architects. with the support of SLRB-BGHM / Brussels Region Social Housing […]

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The Marolles is an area in the heart of Brussels which, historically, has been the focus for various social housing projects. The Plume project – developed by the B612associates practice, consists of two passive buildings of 8 housing units in total, a few steps away from the Place du Jeu de Balle. with the support […]

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The Querelle housing is located in the Marolles district of Brussels. No fewer than three competitions were organised by the SLRB and the Foyer Bruxellois to renovate the 1950s and 1970s buildings. We meet the architects from DEWIL architects. with the support of SLRB-BGHM / Brussels Region Social Housing Agency Project name : Tanneur Lavoir […]

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The Cité Moderne of Berchem-Sainte-Agathe (Brussels) was constructed between 1922 and 1925 by the architect Victor Bourgeois. Two plots of land remained unbuilt. When the SLRB-BGHM asked the B2Ai architectural practice to think about new buildings, the question was about what kind of architectural statement should be made, faced with this architectural gem which made […]

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Bon Air Garden City was constructed in the 1920s. It consists of a series of workers’ houses as well as a high-rise block of flats from the 1970s. This has now been given a facelift thanks to SLRB, who appointed the Roose Partners Architects office to renovate the façade, and improve the energy performance and […]

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In 1954 Brussels was endowed with a model city (Cité Modèle) designed by the architect Renaat Braem. Today this city is the focus of a renovation and construction project led by a group of architects: B2Ai (Brussels), a33 (Leuven), and Maenhout/Van den Bergh (Brussels), on behalf of the Laeken Housing Association and the SLRB. with […]

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In 1928, the architect Fernand Bodson created a complex of 120 housing units for the Uccle Cooperative Housing Construction Association. As the buildings no longer conformed to contemporary standards of habitability, the SLRB decided to launch two competitions, one for the renovation of 12 individual houses and one for the envelope renovation of three collective […]

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Major renovation of an exceptional heritage complex constructed between 1901 and 1903, managed by the architecture offices of AA4 and P & P Architects on behalf of the SLRB-BGHM. This is a complex project which has enabled housing units to be brought up to standard and varied their types whilst taking into account the specificities […]

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