Triamant Haspengouw Velm / Buro II & Archi+I

© Filip Dujardin

Architects: Buro IIArchi+I
Location: , Belgium
Project area: 9,200 sqm
Project year: 2009 – 2010
Photographs: Filip Dujardin

© Filip Dujardin

‘Care for Life’, the client, has developed an innovative vision regarding living and care in our modern society. The development of a residential care campus in Velm (Limburg) is their pilot project. The idea of living and caring flowing seamlessly into each other is spatially translated in the masterplan for the site.

© Filip Dujardin

The masterplan reiterates the central position of the existing castle complex, which acts as a beacon in the surrounding landscape. The historical castle and the boarding school wing are to be renovated. The remaining school buildings are to be demolished and replaced by new high-quality buildings. The complex houses various functions and residential typologies. The inner courtyard will function as a meeting place for the residents of both the campus and the town of Velm.

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Cite: "Triamant Haspengouw Velm / Buro II & Archi+I" 05 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 01 Sep 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=116446>

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    The new structure reminds me of the barracks I lived in when I was in the military. Cold,isolated and desolate. The castle structure on the other hand is the only building I would ever want to visitor live in.

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