Articles tagged Belgium

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There’s no place like a showroom that feels like home

Mol, Belgium – Italian furniture company Minotti showcases the power of contextualisation through its showroom concept: bringing the feel of home to their retail spaces.

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Didier Faustino infuses the XYZ Lounge with an air of sensuality

Ghent – Designed to encourage dialogue and discussion on a wide range of subjects, the XYZ can be seen as a kind of contemporary literary salon.

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Half a century later, the Biennale Interieur still manages to surprise

Kortrijk, Belgium – The Kortrijk event, responsible for launching the careers of local greats such as Muller Van Severen and Unfold, is celebrating its 26th edition.

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Looking for a fine drink in Antwerp? Try the church

Antwerp – In a city that prides itself on being atypical, one could expect to see things like a beer bar inside a cathedral. That's where De Plek comes in.

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Relational space: Didier Faustino explores texture, colour and conversation

Ghent, Belgium – Didier Faustino transforms a turn-of-the-century building into a lounge for intellectual dialogue and spatial sensuality.

Building M by META. Photo Filip Dujardin
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Concave concrete columns characterize META’s Building M

ANTWERP – The Belgian university building houses classrooms and a research centre for the rehabilitation sciences programme.

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Mark A-to-Z: R is for Renovation

Reinvigorating city centres and building within the constraints left from the past are challenges that stimulate and highlight architects’ talents.

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Richard Deacon explores innovative re-fabrication in Some Time

ANTWERP – The artist’s latest exhibition at Middelheim Museum challenges assumptions of contemporary sculpture by returning to past forms in order to create new ones.

Frederiksberg Kindergarten by COBE. Photo Rasmus Hjortshøj
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Mark A-to-Z : K is for Kindergarten Schools

Although school may be out right now, we can still dream of naps and playtime in these five projects that bring out the kid in us all. 

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Nendo unveils Invisible Outlines at Grand-Hornu

BOUSSU, BELGIUM – Nendo’s largest exhibition in Europe opens today in Belgium – a fitting time to dig deeper into the studio’s philosophy with founder Oki Sato. 

Brakel Police Station by ORGPERMOD. Photos Filip Dujardin
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ORG's giant-scaled structure plays with aesthetic deception

BRAKEL – The new police station in a largely-agricultural community in Belgium isn't quite what it seems.

Parking Garage by dJGA and Modulo Architects. Photos Lievan van Landschoot
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Modulo and dJGA carve a canyon for a meandering parking garage

Brussels – Generally damp, unattractive and cast in concrete, the typology of the car park usually conjures up images of 1950s brutalist volumes of necessity that obscure the skyline.

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