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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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 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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