On the occasion of the 16th Biennale Architettura Elisabeth Hatz Architects shows among others drawings by Marie-José Van Hee.
The Antwerp-based design office Omgeving has won the international design competition for the public areas of the new Podil site in Kiev, Ukraine.
During the talk Duos et Débats, the Belgian landscape designer Bas Smets will ask the Italian philosopher Emanuele Coccia 10 questions about plants, the landscape and the biosphere.
Renowned art dealer Axel Vervoordt enlisted the Belgian architectural practices Stéphane Beel architects, Bogdan & Van Broeck, Coussée & Goris architects to create an urban haven on the Albert canal near Schoten, Antwerp.
The international architecture magazine ART4D publishes a special on promising architects from Europe, including the Belgian OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen.
The book ‘How things meet’, a retrospective look at the construction of 51N4E’s TID tower in Tirana and an exploration of the projects that followed, will be translated into Chinese and published in China.
Dhooge & Meganck Architecture feature on the cover of the German architecture magazine Bauwelt with the project Camp’s, a factory for the production of mustard, pickles, pickled vegetables and vinegar in Oudenaarde in Belgium.
Marie-José Van Hee architecten offers a place in which to rest and contemplate whilst visiting the Biennale.
The MIPIM Awards are presented in Cannes. Îlot Sacré in Brussels by DDS+ won the MIPIM Award in the category ‘Best Residential Development’. The Port House in Antwerp by Zaha Hadid Architects won in the category ‘Best Refurbished Building’.
Atelier Tom Vanhee converted part of the Bruges brewery ‘De Halve Maan’ into a home, thereby attracting the attention of The Wall Street Journal.


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