How do city and architecture flourish together? This question is central to the three-dimensional capriccio that displays a fictional Flemish urban environment. Over time, the informal city in Flanders and Brussels has developed a unique relationship with its architecture. This staged urban landscape reveals how historical layers, morphological peculiarities and unforeseen collisions are an endless source of energy for contemporary architectural production.
- Design teamDirk Somers, Esmeralda Bierma, Myrthe Geelen, Alex Turner, Laurids Bager, Carole Boeckx, Amelie Pretsch, Jakub Srnka, Jolien De Nijs, Jules Verhaest, Quinten Smolders, Milo Van Snick, Tuur Vermeiren & Eva Wollaert
- ClientFlanders Architecture Institute
- PhotographyFilip Dujardin
- In collaboration withYork Bing Oh, Gosia Olchowska en Jurgen Claesen (VAK)