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The renewal of raw earth architecture

Over the course of a week, Mister Emma followed Belgian architect Jean Dethier in the footsteps of this type of construction, which is now enjoying a new lease of life. These study days were organized as part of a study trip by ETH Zürich, and more specifically by the university chair of Professor and world-renowned architect Roger Boltshauser.


Two Brussels projects are finalists in the MIPIM Awards. We invite you to discover these two buildings.


  • Best Office & Business Project
  • Architect: ARCHI2000
  • Developers: ION / Nextensa
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  • Best Conversion Project
  • Best Mixed-use Project
  • Architects: Caruso St John Architects / Bovenbouw Architectuur / DDS+ / MA2 / Atelier Eole
  • Developers: APE / Corès Development / Foresite / Urbicoon
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In partnership with Lunch with an architect, presents portraits of international architects. These vidéos are edited by Mister Emma.

Dorte Mandrup

Dorte Mandrup is a Danish architect who founded her studio Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter in 1999. She imagines architecture in the context of its environment. Out of conviction and ethics, Dorte Mandrup refuses to work in autocratic countries. She has gained worldwide renown for the projects she builds on particularly fragile sites. In 2022, her studio won the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture, which recognizes those who contribute to the renewal of sustainable architecture and urban planning practices.

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Eduardo Souto de Moura

The winner of the Pritzker Prize in 2011 studied sculpture before turning to architecture at the University of Porto’s School of Fine Arts. He embodies the « Porto School », formed by the emblematic figures of Fernando Távora and Álvaro Siza, which combines rigour and freedom, two approaches to construction that are difficult to reconcile, yet which the Portuguese practice with brio. The former had been his teacher, but it was with the latter that he cut his teeth in 1974, before embarking on a solo career in 1980.

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Shigeru Ban

Shigeru Ban is certainly the first Pritzker Prize winner not to be a star architect. He combines traditional commissions with disaster architecture. He likes to test all materials, he likes to look for their limits and believes that any material can be used in construction as long as safety is guaranteed.

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