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- With a common desire to promote contemporary, coherent and contextual architecture, the studio, composed of a dozen architects and collaborators, is headed by architects Muriel Desmedt, Marc Lacour, Sabine Leribaux and Denis Van Cauwenberghe .[...]
Sites and functions developed are varied. The studio’s approach is based on two intertwining priorities : on the one hand, developing quality relationships between each actor involved in the construction process and on the other hand, integrating the expertise of each actor taken separately. The pertinence and inventiveness of the men and women participating, and the close-knit dialogue between them, allow the emergence of creative architecture, without pre-conception of the way things should look or function.
By 2010, knowing that half of our planet’s inhabitants will reside in an urban context, none holds the key to a credible, long-term, qualitative …and quantitative solution to this inevitable dilemma .
And yet, reflection upon these givens must lead to their de facto integration into our philosophies…
… every urban project is the equivalent of a quest, in which architects and city planners, each on their own scale and field, work hand in hand. A city is a collective effort which is borne of our desire to live together in mutual respect.This effort begs for rules and regulations, and whether good or bad, they inexorably remind us of men and women’s innate capacity to create.
- Muriel Desmedt
Denis Van Cauwenberghe
- Maisin Centre: Prix d'architecture Bruxelles-Horta 2005[...]
Belmont Court: Winner of MIPIM Awards 2007
Aéropolis II: BATEX 2007
Ernotte-Ixelles: Projet lauréat : plan régional du logement 2007
Aéropolis II: nominé au jury final du prix belge pour l’architecture 2011, catégorie non résidentielle – secteur privé
Aéropolis II: nominé au jury final du prix belge pour l’énergie 2011, catégorie non résidentielle
Aéropolis II: lauréat du prix d’architecture contemporaine 2011 de la commune de Schaerbeek
Elia: BATEX 2011