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BTR House / DeDal architectes

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Brussels, Belgium

VZW De Korenbloem Care Building / Studio Jan Vermeulen + Tom Thys architecten

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Pieter de Conincklaan 12, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium, Belgium

Bagattenstraat House / NU architectuuratelier

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Ghent, Belgium

Braem House / Machteld D'Hollander

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Wachtebeke, Belgium
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  125
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Fermacell, Multiplex

Project U Building / archipelago

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  • Architects: archipelago
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  14600
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Interalu, Rockfon, Bamboo Touch, COMINOTTO, LINE SYSTEMS, +1
  • Professionals : Steel & Co

Porcheresse Care Center / Label Architecture

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Love pt. II Sports Facilities / Label Architecture

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40 Shortlisted Projects Announced for the EU Mies Award 2022

The European Commission and the Mies van der Rohe Foundation have announced the 40 shortlisted works that will compete for the 2022 European Union Prize for Contemporary ArchitectureMies van der Rohe Award. The shortlist featured projects built across 18 different European countries, with Spain, Austria, and France topping the list with 5 entries each. The winners will be announced in April 2022 and the Award ceremony will take place in May 2022.

LocHal. Image © Stijn BollaertThe Railway Farm. Image © Myr MurateHelsinki Olympic Stadium. Image © Tuomas UusheimoGare Maritime. Image © Filip Dujardin+ 23

Brugge Diptych Pavilion / PARA

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Bruges, Belgium
  • Architects: PARA Project
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

Design Ethics: Rethinking Practice in 2021

Ethical practice spans all parts of architecture. From intersectionality and labor to the climate crisis, a designer must work with a range of conditions and contexts that inform the built environment and the process of its creation. Across cultures, policies and climates, architecture is as much functional and aesthetic as it is political, social, economic, and ecological. By addressing the ethics of practice, designers can reimagine the discipline's impact and who it serves. 

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Arctic Architecture: 17 Projects that Explore Different Heating Techniques in Interior Spaces

Some of the most picturesque projects are those built in the mountains; the rustic cabin wrapped with a floor-to-ceiling glass panel that overlooks the snow-covered trees. Visually, the architecture exudes an enchanting feeling, but is it truly a habitable space? When houses are built on an elevation of 3,000 meters, installing a fire element alone is not efficient or sustainable. Spaces on such altitudes or particular geographic locations require to be treated thoroughly, beginning with the architecture itself. Whether it's through hydronic in-floor heating systems or wall-mounted chimneys, this interior focus explores how even the most extreme winter conditions did not get in the way of ensuring optimum thermal comfort.

PokoPoko Club House / Klein Dytham architecture. Image © Nacasa & Partners© Peter EckertGoatbarn Lane / Renée del Gaudio. Image © David Lauer PhotographyEastwatch House / F9 Productions. Image © Jason Buss+ 21

Design Guide: 7 Essential Features of a Net Zero Building

Weekend House in Bazel / Bovenbouw architectuur. Image © Stijn Bollaert
Weekend House in Bazel / Bovenbouw architectuur. Image © Stijn Bollaert

Kiribati has a population of around 110,000 people and its economy is centered on fishing and agriculture. Comprised of 33 islands in the Central Pacific, its highest point is only 81 meters above sea level, which makes it potentially the first country that could disappear completely due to global warming and the consequent rise in sea levels. The climate crisis has been a hotly debated topic in recent years and terms such as carbon footprint, greenhouse effect, atmospheric aerosols, and many others, are already staples in our vocabulary. Another widely spoken term is “net zero”, or net zero emission, used as a goal for buildings in different industries and countries. Basically, it means that the energy balance is zero.

gjG House / BLAF Architecten

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Ghent, Belgium

Zuiderzicht Antwerp Residential Complex / KCAP Architects & Planners + evr-Architecten

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Antwerpen, Belgium

Student Experience Minervahaven / VURB Architects

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Weekend House in Bazel / Bovenbouw architectuur

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Kruibeke, Belgium

Beyond Red: Architecture With Gray and Black Bricks

Pink Floyd's song “Another brick in the wall” criticizes an alienating and demotivating educational system. People, or children, are portrayed as bricks due to their homogeneity, whether in the way of living or thinking in a society that is not very fond of opposition. Bricks work very well in this comparison, having changed very little throughout history and around the world in their rectangular shapes. But that's not true of their colors. Although we tend to think of red when we talk about bricks, there are infinite possibilities of shades, depending on the composition and manufacturing process of the pieces.