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10/09/14

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2014-2015
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Exhibition "4836 m²" in Brussels, Lille, Paris and Lyon

The exhibition 4836 m² - Architectures Wallonie-Bruxelles Inventaires #1 Inventories will be launched in Brussels before being presented in Lille, Paris and Lyon.
 
The exhibition showcases the book Architectures Wallonie-Bruxelles Inventaires #1 Inventories created by the Architecture Cell of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and WBA. The book entrusted to the orthodoxe collective is the second volume in the collection initiated in 2010. It sets out to paint an up-to-date picture of recent architectural developments in Wallonia and in Brussels and to illustrate the commitment shown by the public authorities and private individuals in the search for an architecture that is in step with its time and with concerns to improve our living environment.
 
The exhibition, designed by the editorial team, reproduces twelve pictures that Maxime Delvaux took to realise the book. These are presented as images, not as documentation of the twelve projects. Through the photographer's eye they reveal the specificities of images, whether considered independently or together, in what unites and separates them.
 
The exhibition will first be launched at the Architects' House in Brussels on September 18th at 7PM with the support of Ar-Co.
 
On the occasion of the finissage of the exhibition, on September the 30th at 6.30 PM, a discussion with Françoise Fromonot, Marc Mawet (Matador) and Peter Emans Fabro (O2 architects) in the presence of the editorial team: orthodoxe/ PLMD/ Maxime Delvaux will take place at the Architects' House.
 
Then the exhibition will be shown at the Center for Architecture, Urbanism and Environment (CAUE) in Lille from October 2nd to October 20th. It will also be presented at Volume Librairie in Paris in January 2015 and at Archipel CDCU from March 6th to April 19th. Each time, lectures will also be organized in order to create links between Belgian and French architects.
 
 

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