Thirteen offices in the Belgian pavilion at the Biennale Architettura 2016

When the BRAVOURE team was selected to create the Flemish entry for the Biennale Architettura 2016, it didn’t take long for them to decide to share the honour with other architects. BRAVOURE went on to select thirteen projects from thirteen architectural firms that share their passion for craftsmanship, the central theme of the Belgian pavilion exhibition.

Full-size replicas of a fragment from each project demonstrate the way in which craftsmanship contributes to contemporary architecture. The following projects are shown in the Belgian pavilion:

  • Scouting premises, Blankenberge, 2008
    architecten Els Claessens en Tania Vandenbussche
     
  • State Archives, Ghent, 2014
    Robbrecht en Daem architecten in collaboration with Arch & Teco
     
  • Maarschalk Gerardstraat 5, Antwerp, 2014
    Eagles of Architecture
     
  • Atelier Michel François, Brussels, 2014
    Philippe Vander Maren - Richard Venlet
     
  • Day-care centre De Strandloper, IGLO, Antwerp, 2013
    De Smet Vermeulen architects
     
  • Passive crèche, Nivelles, 2013
    BURO II & ARCHI+I
     
  • Refuge II, Nevele, 2014
    Wim Goes Architectuur
     
  • WOSHO, Herzele, 1986-2013
    Jo Van Den Berghe - architect
     
  • VILLA, Buggenhout, 2010
    OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen
     
  • Kijkgat, Strombeek, 2013
    Laura Muyldermans + Atelier Starzak Strebicki
     
  • Bridge, Brussels, 2014
    Gijs Van Vaerenbergh
     
  • Tacktower, Kortrijk, 1999 & deSingel International Arts Campus Antwerp, 2010
    architect: Stéphane Beel Architects and Architecten Achtergael
     
  • Primary school De Brug, Erpe-Mere, 2011-current
    Architectenbureau Bart Dehaene – Sileghem & Partners in collaboration with Ante Timmermans


51N4E and ORG, the Organization for Permanent Modernity at the Arsenale
In addition to the national entry, the presence of home-grown architects extends well beyond the Giardini (the garden in Venice housing the national pavilions). On the invitation of curator Alejandro Aravena, the Brussels-based firms 51N4E and the Organization for Permanent Modernity are each exhibiting a sensational project in the Arsenale’s exhibition space (a former shipyard complex). 51N4E’s project is the TID tower in Albania, whilst ORG’s monumental contribution, which is entitled ‘Monument for an Open Society’, was designed on site.
 

Structural sponsors

AG Real Estate
RG Tegel

Project sponsors

Cultural partners

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