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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The Anvers-Simons project, designed by the A2M office, is part of a program aimed at creating school places in the City of Brussels, and bringing expressive architecture to a crèche, a nursery school, passive housing units, and a sports hall right in the heart of the Brussels’ North Quarter. Project name : Anvers-Simons Address :Rue […]

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A2M was founded by Sebastian Moreno-Vacca in 2000. The architect rapidly began to concentrate and specialise in the construction of sustainable buildings. In collaboration with his three associates, he develops projects based on parametric design. On the strength of his experience he exports his expertise across the world. Sebastian Moreno-Vacca, Grégory Mathy, Aline Branders, Julie […]

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Following its acquisition of the old Belle-Vue breweries site in Molenbeek (Brussels, Belgium), Nelson Canal has, with the help of the A2M architectural office, been working on renovating the buildings and giving them a new direction: a youth hotel, passive housing, and the 2.0 Museum have appeared. Project name : Belle-Vue Address : 33-41 quai […]

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