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factory roof houses featured on archdaily and designboom14.08.2019
We used the roof of a factory as a second ground level for the construction of four low-energy roof houses.
shutterflats featured on archdaily27.07.2019
The facade of shutterflats is not static, it is constantly changing. Determined by the residents, by the moment, by the seasons, day and night. Life and building merge.
lecture for bil meeting20.03.2019
Delmulle Delmulle explains the fascinating route from prototype to the final realisation of the Ravelijn residential care campus.
At Academiezaal, Sint- Truiden.
factory roof houses as example project spatial efficiency18.03.2019
With the website www.ruimtelijkrendement.be, the Flemish government wants to offer users inspiring example projects in the search for more spatial return. By compacting and interweaving functions and quality, additional space intake is avoided.
Factory Roof Houses is included as one of the example projects.
minister visits factory roof houses09.11.2017
The minister of environment Joke Schauvliege visits the factory roof houses with NAV, Order of Architects and local politicians.
A comfortable roof village built above a craft factory. No additional open space needs to be cut. A perfect example of pioneering developments.
In the spring of 2017, architects from five Estonian and five Belgian architectural firms took a deep dive into a number of urban design and architecture problems facing the city of Brussels.
The site-specific conclusions and solutions suggested by the architects forms the core of the exhibition titled BEL:EST – A Laboratory for the City of Europe shown during the Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB 2017 in Estonia and at BOZAR in Brussels. More info here.
Perhaps it is not a utopia: Recuperating the gigantic amount of factory roofs as a second level for housing could offer a fresh perspective on how to use our already crammed up landscape.
Rodetoren featured on the Archzine AFASIA.
langs vlaamse wegen11.05.2017
Archipel drew up a varied program impregnated with the poetry of everyday found in Flanders both architectural classics and realizations of the newest generation of architects.