Category list : Belgium
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Claus en Kaan Architecten produce another piece of studied minimalism with a sober and dignified crematorium. Photography by Christian Richters
L’Escaut’s perfoming arts hall erupts from the ground with urban ambitions to become part of the townscape. Photography by Filip Dujardin
M Museum radically reinvigorates a local cultural institution through the deft stitching together of new buildings with historical elements. Photography by Dennis Gilbert
The opening in October of the latest phase of Antwerp’s deSingel Arts Campus by Stéphane Beel marks the culmination of a relationship that dates back to 1989. Photography by Paul Raftery
Improbable geometries of variegated stone and wavy glass loom over the Antwerp dockside. Photography by Paul Raftery
Viewpoints: Ellis Woodman on BelgiumSubscription
‘For architectural enthusiasts, the prospect of Belgium’s imminent belt-tightening represents particularly bleak news’
AZ Groeninge Hospital by Baumschlager EberleSubscription
The main drivers in the design of this enormous complex were the desires to integrate it with its parkland setting and to break it down to a human scale.
White Out: Rotor installation in Ghent, Belgium Subscription
A smear of paint transforms former bunkers on Ghent’s docks into a sequence of public spaces − and also into a critique of regeneration
Market Values: Ghent’s historic urban realm assumes a new resonance through this thoughtful proposition about civic culture
Grappling with the familiar dilemma of how to shape a post-industrial future, this former powerhouse in the mining town of Genk has metamorphosed into a new cultural centre