The project, starting from an analysis of manufacturing activities within the Kuregem neighbourhood, proposes an educational concept to address the decreasing number of semi-industrial activities in the area and to train specialised workers to meet growing demand. A technical school for mechanics is set up alongside external companies that, for a reduced rent, cooperate with the school and its students.
The creation of an open space favours the interaction between the two realities in which the public can gain access, pass through, and buy the products born from their collaboration. Sloping roofs favour the entry of light into the buildings, while maintaining respect for the residential context. Competition programmes on adjacent sites are integrated, giving light to a dispersed campus that generates a transition between public and independent functions.