Because Architecture Matters (BAM) organises an ideas competition for architecture students and young graduates worldwide which is held in parallel with the architecture competition for the transformation of the 
2020 marks the 60th anniversary of Intercommunale Leiedal, which they wish to celebrate by highlighting in a unique way the space and landscape we are active in.
The article ‘Contemporary B&B hides behind ageing façade in Ghent’s old town’ recounts the conversion of a residence in the historical centre of Ghent into a bed and breakfast where there is a continuous flow of public and private spaces. 
Low Architecten features in Domus online with  the school Merlijn in Tongeren. The school stands at the centre of a park in Tongeren, where it links to facilities aimed at all stages of childhood. 
The article ‘The city is a mine! Rotor: a portrait’ recounts the work of Belgian collective Rotor and their radical approach to the concept of re-use in architecture.
For the first time, a Call for Projects is being held within the framework of the Flemish Japanese cultural cooperation agreement.
Gasthuisberg Outpatient Care Centre by AAPROG architecten, DETOO Architects, POLO Architects & Studieburo De Klerck is on the shortlist of the MIPIM Awards. The project is nominated in the category ‘Best Heatlh Care Development’.
Margot Maeyaert and Francesco Ogliengo from the KULeuven are two of the twelve winners of this biennial competition. From more than 1,300 entries, twelve students were selected. They will be offered an internship.
Located at entrance to the Piushaven in Tilburg, the De Werf project was realised according to an urban and architectural design by awg architecten.
The Alvéoles Saint-Nazaire project by 51N4E in France is one of the winners of the Prix d’Architectures 2019.


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