All posts filed under “Landscape

Impuls

Diversity Living in itself, a reflection of the constantly evolving society. Analyzing the needs of today so that the lines of tomorrow can be set out. Contemporary and innovative living needs a broader field of research than the individual home. Mobility, the urban development, the […]

BeursPARK

The existing structure of the city of Bruges and its historical structure shows that large public buildings have an openness and interaction towards the urban landscape. Not everywhere as strong but still it provides an urban fabric that connects neighborhoods to each other. These elements […]

Groendreef

CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPE The Groendreef landscape embodies a continuity of the adjacent park over the site onto the new neighbourhood. A car-free green rolling landscape for residents, visitors and passers-bye to stroll and relax. A resting point in the city, a transition towards the park. Groendreef […]

Eye Clinic

The ambition of the users is to have a modern Eye Clinic that can withstand the test of time. How could we make this visible for the patients at the front of the building? Is there a possibility to guide patients visually? Could we make […]

Moleneiland

The project responds to the historical qualities of the old Flower Mill and how it was formerly positioned in its context. The original masterplan did not take these qualities into account and ensured that the historic building was subordinate to the future development. Our proposal […]

Park

In Flanders, the possibility to build your house on your own ground is getting slimmer every day. Because of the big diversity of the way we live in our houses we need to find new forms of living. This design tries to formulate an answer […]

European School

The design for the European School envisages a unique typology by means of integrating three levels of schooling into one building. A nursery school, and primary and secondary schools are brought together around a main central square, referencing other European institutes in Strasbourg. The interpersonal […]

Forest Tower

Forest Tower

What can a financially under-achieving country estate gain from building an observation tower and a connecting tunnel under the road that splits the park in two? Will it attract the desired 50,000 visitors per year with the associated income, and will this extra income be […]