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renovation of ICC and masterplan of the Floraliën hall . Ghent

51n4e . NUarchitectuuratelier . renovation of ICC and masterplan of the Floraliën hall . Ghent afasia (1)

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51n4e together with NUarchitectuuratelier have won the competition for the renovation of ICC and masterplan of the Floraliën hall in Ghent. Located in the center of the Citadel Park, the Floraliën hall lays at the heart of a building cluster which includes S.M.A.K., Kuipke and an International Congress Centre (ICC). As well as the park, both Floraliën hall and ICC are in need for a renovation. ICC is part of the Open Public Structures design Program. Continue reading 51n4e . NUarchitectuuratelier

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BPost . Brussels

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51N4E. photos: © Filip Dujardin

The canal area in Brussels is famous for its industrial heritage, but today we are witnessing the integration of housing units within this urban fabric. On the former site of the BPost building, Stephane Beel developed a master plan for a vierdeel. Towards the inside of the plot, the four buildings together form an intimate garden-room recognizable by the typology of an exuberant number of cantilevered terraces. Towards the outside of the plot, however, the approach is different: every building establishes a relationship with its neighbouring environment. Continue reading 51N4E

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Ferme du Chaudron . Brussels

51N4E . Ferme du Chaudron . Brussels afasia (3)

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The belt around Brussels is not really known as a destination for residents of Brussels. Nevertheless, its beauty and character are striking. Long considered the natural space outside the city, today the vision of this area is changing. The territory of Neerpede is increasingly being developed as an urban amenity in its own right – at once landscaped and metropolitan. Continue reading 51N4E

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falconpoort . Antwerp

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Amid the redevelopment of a historic albeit neglected block in Antwerp, the project for six dwellings and a commercial space stands at the crossover between a public square and a more intimate urban courtyard,revitalizing two abandoned buildings. Through the creation of new volumes, the two contexts are each addressed in their own specificities while focusing on a densely organized programme combined with a richness in terms of spatiality and flexibility. Continue reading 51n4e