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Towards more Food Land #2
21. Nov 2 pm
The Great Transformation Foodland walkshop, 2021, Anderlecht, Photo: Bob Van Mol

Both local demand and international objectives are at the root of a desired evolution towards shorter food chains. More local food requires more 'Land for Food'. At the same time, the available space for agriculture is under severe pressure due to urbanisation, nature development but also the consequences of climate change such as droughts and floods. The agricultural land around the city is shrinking rapidly, just where demand is highest. Can we turn the tide and create more space for local food production? With whom can we work towards more Food Land? What new types of projects will emerge if we think of the city (periphery) in terms of food issues? And how can citizens themselves contribute to this challenge?

 

A textbook example for these questions is the green Neerpede, the largest rural area in the Brussels Region. That’s where our walk takes place, our search for good examples that directly or indirectly contribute to more Food Land. We start at the entrance of the Vogelenzangvallei and take you along the experimental fields of BoerenBruxselPaysans, we cross the Vogelzang nature reserve and traverse the Brussels-Flanders border on Herdeweg-Kouter. Then we return along Erasmus Hospital and end at the Kattekasteel, future hub for urban food projects. 

Start: 14h at Sports Centre Vogelenzang

Stop: 17h at the Vogelenzang sports centre

Guides: Bram Vandemoortel (NL) and Lene De Vrieze (FR)

Distance: 4-5 km

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An energy transition for everyone #2
20. Nov 2 pm
Walking workshop Energy, 2021, Brussels Northern District. Photo: Bob Van Mol

 

The switch to sustainable (renewable) energy is crucial. Over the past decade, we have installed numerous solar panels, developed new technologies for hyper-efficient buildings, adapted companies to make the transition to more sustainable policies, and made the transition from gas and other fossil fuels to more sustainable alternatives wherever possible. But how do we transform existing districts, and how do we do it fast enough? Can we achieve this objective collectively? And how can we ensure that this transition becomes an inclusive story, in a way that offers everyone the opportunity to participate? Also in the more vulnerable districts?

 

Can a task such as energy transition be achieved in a district such as Noordwijk? Which is often not perceived as a single homogeneous district, but as several, with a diversity of characteristics. We take you on a walk through this small part of Brussels, where ambitious plans are projected bottom-up as well as top-down. There are opportunities for exchanging energy, and energy could be the lever to provide a solution to current issues and trends in the district. 

 

We start the walk at the North station, a place that marks the start of urban life in Noordwijk. We will cross the various neighbourhoods (CCN, Manhattan, Maximiliaan, Lakense Haard, Citroën, Béco- and Vergotedok, Masui, etc.) and pass by initiatives such as ZIN, Foyer Laekenois, Pôle Nord, Zennepark and Zinneke,... each of which contributes to Noordwijk’s story from its own perspective, with Energy as the common denominator. 

 

 

 

Start: 14h at the entrance of the North Station (Brussels)

End: 17h at Zinneke (Masuiplein 13, Schaarbeek)

Guide: Hanne Mangelschots (EN)

Book your place!
 

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Urbanistic Projects Seminar: new generational paths
2. Nov 5 pm

On November 2, Ward Verbakel (Plusoffice) and Joachim Declerck are invited to participate in the seminar on ‘Urbanistic Projects: new generational paths’. A seminar series on emerging design practices and culture in European cities. 

 

This series of seminars documents a journey through the discipline of urbanism intended as a reflexive practice. The focus of the investigation is the project and the different forms and manifestations it has taken on, moving between two extremes: the identification of the elements of continuity that can cross time, guaranteeing stability and recognisability to the discipline, and those, on the other hand, that are shaping the new that is on the march. 

 

This series of seminars aims at revealing issues, tools and alliances that shape the design process of different EU territories, investigating emerging themes and questions of societal relevance that are orienting the urbanistic practice or that promoting new conceptual frames and practices, thus building a fertile ground for new concepts; analysing images, concepts, models, strategies, and materials that urbanistic projects uses to understand, describe, interpret conceptualise and design the new reality of cities and territories; examining the role of forces conditioning the urbanistic projects from an institutional, economic, and cultural point of view. 

 

The overarching theme has been delimited in a loose manner with the aim to preserve the kaleidoscopic nature of the Urbanistic Project. As a journey, this series is open to the unexpected and available to fascination. Although not rigidly programmed, this journey is structured around three key elements. 

 

The first one is intimately related to the conception of urbanism as a reflexive practice in which the ways of knowing are linked to the ways of designing in a constant interaction between praxis and theory. For this reason, the seminars are organized as a dialogue between a scholar and a practitioner (office) whose activity focuses on the same EU territory. 

 

The second element includes the desire to investigate the paths opened in the last decade in professional practice, investigating the condition of urbanistic projects in the contemporary world. Even the most fundamental principles must be regularly adjusted and adapted to changing circumstances, and we seem to live in a moment in time in which the redefinition of debate in the public realm is a topic of remarkable importance. For these reasons, the practitioners selected for this journey represent young offices, mainly founded less than 10 years ago, which have already achieved international recognition by winning relevant competitions or awards, but which have not yet indulged in the self-referentiality that often characterises the most acclaimed international groups. 

 

The last element explains the presence of the plural in the title of the event. In contemporary practices, projects of different scales and ambitions are showing potential synergies between the consolidated disciplines of architecture, landscape and urban planning. These synergies have promoted different urban paradigms in different contexts, which have produced new disciplines in their own right. Urban Design, Regional Design, Landscape Urbanism, Ecological urbanism, Landscape Infrastructure, Territorial Project today share the same unstable and hybrid ground in the process of city-making and territorial design. 

 

The aim of this series is not to define a new movement or establish a renewed understanding of the urbanistic discipline, but to document the existence of this shared and plural ground, preserving the different gazes and paths that characterise it. Each seminar, therefore, proposes a specific complementary combination of researcher and designer in order to account for the different nuances of the urbanistic discipline in each particular context. 

 

This seminar will be held in English. 

Location of event: online
Watch via link

More info here!

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Brieven aan de Stad - 04
20. Oct 8 pm
Lecture: Brieven aan de Stad 04

How can we generate an innovative, generous urban culture in Bruges through new collaborations, the sharing of dreams and the smart use of space? The lecture series ‘Brieven aan de Stad’ ('Letters to the City') provides positive impulses, plans and incentives for the City of Bruges, its policies, residents, organizations, admirers and makers.

 

For this fourth edition, Architectuuratelier Dertien12 is moving to the Garenmarkt and more specifically the sports hall of the Sint-Andreasinstituut, where the new BRUSK exhibition hall will be built by the end of 2024. In this setting, Flemming Overgaard (Keingart, DK), Els Vervloesem (Architecture Workroom Brussels), Jan Beddegenoodts (Cameltown) and Elviere Velghe (Musea Brugge) will talk about the letter they wrote about their ideas for the city.

Location: Sport hall Sint-Andreasinstituut Garenmarkt, Brugge

More info via this link

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Climate event by Durabrik and Camino Group
18. Oct 5:30 pm
Climate event by Durabrik & Camino Group, October 18, 2021

In times of climate change, there is a need for a concrete vision on building. How can we live? And how are we going to build? During the climate event of Durabrik & Camino Group, Joachim Declerck is invited, together with other experts, to look for answers to these questions. Joachim will explain how we can build future-proof infrastructure. More than a new plan, we need a 'Big Transformation' between now and 2030. If we can connect the existing insights and various social forces, we will realise a series of strategic sites in our streets, neighbourhoods, landscapes, industrial areas and harbours between now and 2030. We talk about energy districts, circular port areas, mobipoints, living streets, caring neighbourhoods, learning and making hubs, food parks, ...

 

The language of this meeting is Dutch.

 

Programme

 

17:30: Reception with finger food

18:00: Welcome by VRT climate and Africa expert Stijn Vercruysse.

18:10: Tom Prinzie about heat grids as a sustainable alternative.

18:20: Joris Haems, director Ecopuur, about all the latest innovations of energy techniques

18:30: 3 Start-ups pitch their idea about circular building

19u00: Joachim Declerck (Architecture Workroom Brussels) explains how we can build future proof infrastructure

19:20: Urban planner Peggy Toté about the mindshift in housing and real estate

19:40: Closing speech by Joost Callens, CEO Camino

19:50: Networking reception

Location: ZwartWit, Ottergemsesteenweg Zuid 802, 9000 Ghent.

Time: 17:30-20:00

Register (until 12/10) 

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Thematic walk: Future Places
17. Oct 2 pm
Walking Workshop, 2021, Brussels Northern District. Photo: Bob Van Mol

The Brussels Northern Quarter is not a district. Hardly anyone lives there, it does not have a centre, it is full of offices and the public space could be improved. Almost sixty years ago, plans were made to modernise the district. Fifty years ago, the first office buildings were completed. Today, many of those buildings are dilapidated and the 'district' faces a transition. What it will be, we do not know. But we can dream.

This walk will take you through the Northern Quarter, its history and backgrounds and above all, its future. What if it became a real neighbourhood, with a station square, with Food Land, Energy Neighbourhoods, Learning and Making Hubs, and green and blue ribbons that give the neighbourhood a face?  Who knows, maybe people would want to stay there?

 

A walk by Brukselbinnenstebuiten in collaboration with Architecture Workroom Brussels in the context of Archiweek.

 

The walk takes place on Sunday 17 October 2021 in the framework of Archiweek and Slow Ways Weekend and is part of The Great Transformation 2020-2030.

Start: 14h, Bolivarlaan, at the bottom of the stairs of the North Station (CCN)

End: 17h30, Masui Square, near Zinneke

Guide: Bert De Bisschop (Brukselbinnenstebuiten)

Language: Dutch

Cost: free of charge

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Open Air Schools
16. Oct 10 am
Open Air Schools, Beaudoin and Lods, 1957. Suresnes, Paris.

Between June 2021 and November 2021, Filter Café Filtré Atelier and Architecture Workroom Brussels will carry out a design research project called 'Open Air Schools' within the framework of the project call for ‘sensibility or the competition on contemporary architecture and cultural heritage’ from Urban.Brussels. Within this research, we investigate how the theme 'health' can have an impact on the architecture of the school building and its immediate surroundings.

 

Within the broader research of Filter Café Filtré Atelier that reflects on healthy and liveable cities on different scales, this research concerns the smallest scale: How can healthy school buildings become links in a healthy city?

 

The recent health crisis has brought the importance of health and a healthy environment back into focus. At the beginning of the 20th century, infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, influenza and cholera also prompted a rethink of school buildings and the way education is carried out. The questions of those days are strikingly similar to those of today. In contrast, the urban context (the 'open air schools' of those days were located outside the city) and the climate challenges are totally different. 

 

Starting from health topics such as air quality, exercise, nutrition, noise, etc., we examine how schools today and in the Brussels context can become healthy places to learn.

 

Do we ventilate the classrooms or do we prefer to keep the bad air outside?
How can the school building and the school street encourage physical activity?
How can the school provide healthy food for each child, knowing that their diet has a health impact on their later life?How can outdoor education be designed?
How can urban pupils become aware of where the food on their plates comes from?
How can school become the starting point for going out into the city and into nature? And how to bring nature into the school?
...

 

In this participatory workshop, we take a close look at the schools around the Moutstraat and see how the 'open air schools' of the early 20th century can inspire today's city schools.

 

The results of the workshop will be implemented in an illustrated publication in which the gained knowledge of the research can inspire other schools and cities.

Location: Moutstraat 22, 1000 Brussels 

Date: Saturday 16 October

Time: 10-13h

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Building Blocks for Future Places
16. Oct 2 pm
Walking workshop Energy, 2021, Brussels Northern District. Photo: Bob Van Mol

The districts to the north of the Brussels Pentagon are in a state of flux. And not for the first time. This part of the city has undergone a huge transformation since the 1970s, which unfortunately did not bring with it the urban life that was hoped for. Rising numbers of vacant properties in the office blocks of Noordwijk forced developers to come up with new plans. They want to turn the district into one that is multifunctional and sustainable. But there is also a lot going on in the districts around Brussels Manhattan. We take you along these Future-oriented Places: places that aim to serve as a lever for a better way to live, work and co-exist in the city. 

 

We start the walk in the Zinneke workshops, a new Learning and Making Hub and District motor in the Masuiwijk. We traverse the district via the Zennepark and cross the canal via the Redersbrug, passing inspiring initiatives and meaningful nodes where the history and future of the Noordwijk and the Canal Zone come together. The walk ends in Picardstraat, where citizens have taken the future of the street into their own hands. There, we will join the opening of a photo exhibition about the activities of the citizens' collective in the Barmacie, a temporary meeting place for local residents.

 

The walk takes place on Saturday 16 October 2021 as part of ArchiWeek and Slow Ways Weekend and is part of The Great Transformation 2020-2030.

Start: 14h at the workshops of Zinneke (Masuiplein 13, Schaarbeek)  

End: 18h at the Barmacie (Boulevard du Jubilé, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean) 

Language: alternating between French and Dutch  

Cost: free of charge  

Sign up! 

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Towards more Food Land
14. Oct 2 pm
Walking workshop Foodland, 2021, Neerpede (Anderlecht). Photo: Bob Van Mol

Both local demand and international objectives are at the root of a desired evolution towards shorter food chains. More local food requires more 'Land for Food'. At the same time, the available space for agriculture is under severe pressure due to urbanisation, nature development but also the consequences of climate change such as droughts and floods. The agricultural land around the city is shrinking rapidly, just where demand is highest. Can we turn the tide and create more space for local food production? With whom can we work towards more Food Land? What new types of projects will emerge if we think of the city (periphery) in terms of food issues? And how can citizens themselves contribute to this challenge?

 

A textbook example for these questions is the green Neerpede, the largest rural area in the Brussels Region. That’s where our walk takes place, our search for good examples that directly or indirectly contribute to more Food Land. We start at the entrance of the Vogelenzangvallei and take you along the experimental fields of BoerenBruxselPaysans, we cross the Vogelzang nature reserve and traverse the Brussels-Flanders border on Herdeweg-Kouter. Then we return along Erasmus Hospital and end at the Kattekasteel, future hub for urban food projects. 

 

The walk will take place on Thursday 14 October 2021 and is part of The Great Transformation 2020-2030 in collaboration with Archiweek (Urban.Brussels).

Start: 14h at Sports Centre Vogelenzang

Stop: 17h at the Vogelenzang sports centre

Distance: 4-5 km

Sign up!

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An energy transition for everyone
13. Oct 2 pm
Walking workshop Energy, 2021, Brussels Northern District. Photo: Bob Van Mol

 

The switch to sustainable (renewable) energy is crucial. Over the past decade, we have installed numerous solar panels, developed new technologies for hyper-efficient buildings, adapted companies to make the transition to more sustainable policies, and made the transition from gas and other fossil fuels to more sustainable alternatives wherever possible. But how do we transform existing districts, and how do we do it fast enough? Can we achieve this objective collectively? And how can we ensure that this transition becomes an inclusive story, in a way that offers everyone the opportunity to participate? Also in the more vulnerable districts?

 

Can a task such as energy transition be achieved in a district such as Noordwijk? Which is often not perceived as a single homogeneous district, but as several, with a diversity of characteristics. We take you on a walk through this small part of Brussels, where ambitious plans are projected bottom-up as well as top-down. There are opportunities for exchanging energy, and energy could be the lever to provide a solution to current issues and trends in the district. 

 

We start the walk at the North station, a place that marks the start of urban life in Noordwijk. We will cross the various neighbourhoods (CCN, Manhattan, Maximiliaan, Lakense Haard, Citroën, Béco- and Vergotedok, Masui, etc.) and pass by initiatives such as ZIN, Foyer Laekenois, Pôle Nord, Zennepark and Zinneke,... each of which contributes to Noordwijk’s story from its own perspective, with Energy as the common denominator. 

 

The walk will take place on Wednesday 13 October 2021 and is part of The Great Transformation 2020-2030 in collaboration with Archiweek (Urban.Brussels). 

Start: 14h at the entrance of the North Station (Brussels)

End: 17h at Zinneke (Masuiplein 13, Schaarbeek)

Book your place!
 

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JPI Cities4PEDs Local Deep Dive
5. Oct 1 am
Cities4PEDs (Local Deep Dive, Cities4PEDs project, October 2021)

The ‘Local Deep Dive’, four days of working originally planned to take place in Stockholm, present an opportunity to sit together physically, debate and go in depth on certain topics with the whole consortium. It’s a joint moment to present the working documents and the steps we took to the consortium and reflect on upcoming workpackages. AWB together with UIV will present work on the ‘Atlas’ and the ‘Montages’. The Atlas is a first working document showing the outcome of seven interviews with leading cases, the montages, depicting generalised strategies, and the recurring PED relevant aspects that emerge from them. The Fachhochschule Technikum Wien (University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien) and CityMine(d) will present their work on defining the definition looked at respectively via a technical and social perspective. Finally, 3E, the City of Vienna and CityMine(d) will kick-off their respective workpackages. In the afternoon each team will have local workshops in their city building on the presentations in the morning.

Closed working session

More info here and here!

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Hong Kong Horizontal Metropolis: A Paradigm Shift - Territory session
25. Sep 1 am
Hong Kong Horizontal Metropolis - webinar

On September 25, Joachim Declerck will present and take part as panellist at the webinar series for the exhibition ‘Hong Kong Horizontal Metropolis: A Paradigm Shift’: an international exhibition and a forum between urbanism and urbanization. The exhibition aims to document life within the “Horizontal Metropolis”, discussing underway landscape transformations through theoretically grounded interdisciplinary approaches, combining spatial analysis, case studies, and research by design. It refers to a layered territorial construction where rich cultural history, green economic activities and new modes of communication create original ties. 

 

The webinar series is covering one of the three main themes: Radical Ecologies, Symbiotic Urbanism, and Territory. Joachim was asked to speak in the Territory session to share his experiences in the field of urban sustainability and socially integrative cities from a European perspective. The session explores the conceptual and spatial notion of territory either as the mental construct that influences its processes of creation and erasure or as multi-layered support for understanding its contemporary urban dimensions and environmental and biotic entanglements. 

Location: Zoom
Join the webinar here

More info here!

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Urbanising in Place – Why Brussels can be a front-runner of Urban Agroecology
10. Sep 9 am
The Great Transformation Foodland walkshop, 2021, Anderlecht, Photo: Bob Van Mol

The quest to an ‘agroecological urbanism’ continues! In the framework of Urbanising in Place, we are invited to contribute to the 4th edition of the “Summer School of Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Food in Brussels”. Warmed up by a walkshop through the Vogelenzang Valley on Wedsnesday, we are ready for the bilingual (NL/FR) working session of September 10: “Agroecological Transition: obstacle or lever to reconnect city and hinterland?”. To set the tone, we start with an introductory presentation on the possible new relations between the city and the hinterland. Three producers from Brussels, Wallonia and Flanders share their experience and reflections, before we dive into a discussion with a wider panel of actors. What are the differences between the three regions? What is made possible in terms of access to land, market, skills and knowledge? The day is closed by an open forum reflecting back on the entire Summer School.

 

with a.o. Brecht Goussey (Boer&Compagnie), Maarten Dieryck (Atelier Groot-Eiland), Laurence Lewalle (Réseau GASAP), Jan Pille (Brussels Environment), Lucas Vandenabeele (Graannetwerk Pajottenland) and Barbara Trachte (Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Economic Transition and Scientific Research)

Location: Anderlecht

Register for the Summer School (full or day pass) here

More info here!

with a.o. Brecht Goussey (Boer&Compagnie), Maarten Dieryck (Atelier Groot-Eiland), Laurence Lewalle (Réseau GASAP), Jan Pille (Brussels Environment), Lucas Vandenabeele (Graannetwerk Pajottenland) and Barbara Trachte (Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Economic Transition and Scientific Research)

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Urbanising in Place - Walkshop in the Vogelenzang Valley
8. Sep 2:30 pm
The Great Transformation Foodland walkshop, 2021, Anderlecht, Photo: Bob Van Mol

The quest to an ‘agroecological urbanism’ continues! In the framework of Urbanising in Place, we are invited to contribute to the 4th edition of the “Summer School of Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Food in Brussels”. In a walkshop in the afternoon of Wednesday September 8, through the Vogelenzang Valley, we explore places that inspire us to find opportunities in the conflicts between agroecological farming and urban development. We end the 5km walk with a festive drink and a Farmer’s Market on the Test-Site in Anderlecht. As such, we are warmed up for the bilingual (NL/FR) working session of September 10: “Agroecological Transition: obstacle or lever to reconnect city and hinterland?”.

Location: Anderlecht

Register for the Summer School (full or day pass) here

More info here!

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Practices of Change
26. Jun 2 pm
Zinneke, Ouest – Rotor, Brussels, 2020 (c) Delphine Mathy

In the framework of the special issue A+287 Practices of Change, A+ Architecture in Belgium and Architecture Workroom Brussels invite you to a guided walk along some of the projects in Brussels published in this issue. The walk will take place on Saturday afternoon, 26 June 2021.

 

Roeland Dudal of AWB will take you along a few 'future places' in the north of Brussels: places with the ambitious aim of being a lever for living, working and living together differently in the city. Places that respond to the necessary transformations of our living environment in order to make room for social change.

 

We start the walk in Zinneke, the new meeting and creation place in the Masui neighbourhood, with a word of explanation by the architects of Rotor. We will pass by the Materials Village of Tetra architects and the Production Hall of BC Materials on Thurn & Taxis, and end in Picardstraat where a new summer street is being prepared.

 

After the walk we invite you for a drink at the Kunstberg in the centre of Brussels. Editor-in-chief Lisa De Visscher will be the first to talk about the recently opened Across exhibition by A+ Architecture in Belgium.

Saturday 26 June 2021


Start 14h in Zinneke (Masuiplein 13, Schaarbeek)
Ends around 17h in Picardstraat (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)

In French/Dutch/English
Price: 10 euros, including guided tour, a copy of A+287 (EN) and a drink afterwards at the Kunstberg

Tickets

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The Horizon Atelier
28. Jan 8 pm
In the Horizon-Atelier, Filter Café Filtré Atelier and Architecture Workroom Brussels draw a long-term perspective "beyond zero" for road safety in Brussels.

The Horizon Atelier is the culmination of a series of events on road safety in Brussels, organised by Heroes for Zero, BRAL and Filter Café Filtré Atelier, in collaboration with Architecture Workroom Brussels. The series of events runs in parallel with Brussels Mobility workshops in preparation for the drafting of the Brussels Government's new Road Safety Action Plan 2021-2030. 


The aim of the Other Atelier is to take the debate on road safety out of the 'formal' context of the planning process and bring it to where it matters: the street. 

 

2040 is the first point on the horizon. Which city do we want to live in at that time? What does that city look like and how does it function? It is a city where Vision Zero has been achieved, of course. But it is also a city where everyone, both children and the elderly, can move around safely and actively. It is a city where sustainable mobility is the norm. It is a city with a high quality of life and living where hustle and bustle, noise, unhealthy air, traffic insecurity, lack of greenery or meeting space are a thing of the past. In other words, it is a relaxing place for everyone to live and move around.  

 

Through backcasting, priorities can be derived for 2035, 2030 and 2025. These images have the power to convince what will become possible if certain measures are taken for the Brussels-Capital Region, which provides road safety from a "Beyond Zero" perspective, which also provides resilience to climate change, social cohesion, and so on. 

 

With the support of Brussels Mobility.

Location: Anspachlaan 65
For an overview of all activities and possibilities for registration:
The Other Atelier Facebook pageWebsite 

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Launch A+287 Practices of Change
19. Jan 8 pm
A+287 Practices of Change

On 19 January 2021, A+ Architecture in Belgium and Architecture Workroom Brussels will present the latest special edition of the magazine: A+287 Practices of Change. Lisa De Visscher (A+), Roeland Dudal and Joachim Declerck (AWB), Maarten Gielen (Rotor), Tim Devos (Endeavour) and Veronique Patteeuw (ENSAP Lille, EPFL, KULeuven, OASE) will discuss the theme of the practice of change. The debate will be streamed live from Stadsform in Antwerp on Facebook at 8pm.

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Sports in the city: Call to action - design walk
28. Nov 10 am
Sport in the City: Call to action - design walk

On Saturday 28 November between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Architecture Workroom Brussels and Filter Café Filtré Atelier are organising a walking workshop on "Sport in the City" with the support of Brussels Mobility.

 

Outdoor sports are more necessary than ever in the current health crisis, but traffic insecurity, inappropriate surfaces, air pollution or fragmented and poor sports infrastructure make sports in the city centre not easy.

 

During the walking workshop "Sport in the City" we will therefore look for solutions to do sport and exercise in the city. Starting from a predetermined walking route of 5 km in the Vijfhoek, we will look for ways to plug playgrounds or yoga fields, a fit-o-meter, a skate street, basketball courts or other sports infrastructure for young and old into the route. We are also looking at how the course can generate spatial qualities for the city.

 

While walking and brainstorming, we come up with design proposals. The results will then be processed and announced in the spring during a running competition for centre schools in Brussels (if corona permits).

 

The walk takes place in the open air and is completely corona-proof. Together we walk in small groups and respect the necessary distance by means of an audio guide system. Please bring a mouth mask, smartphone and headphones. If you do not have them yourself, we can provide them. Please report this at your registration.

 

ADDRESS: 

10:00, start:

Maria Boodschapslyceum

Moutstraat 22

1000 Brussel

 

The number of registrations is limited !
Registration is mandatory via :
info@airforschools.eu

 

 

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The Other Atelier
25. Nov 1 am
The Other Atelier is a series of events for the new Road Safety Action Plan.

The Other Atelier is a series of events 25/11/2020- 28/01/2021 on Brussels road safety organised by Heroes for Zero, BRAL and Filter Café Filtré Atelier, in collaboration with Architecture Workroom Brussels. The Other Atelier is contributing to the preparation of the Brussels Government's new Road Safety Action Plan 2021-2030. The events run in parallel with the Brussels Mobility workshops.


The aim of the Other Atelier is to take the debate on road safety out of the 'formal' context of the planning process and bring it to where it matters: the street. We invite the people of Brussels to learn from inspiring cities, observe the challenges on the ground and imagine what a safe and healthy city of the future could look like.

 

Program:

25.11.2020
Ganshoren 
08:00-10:00 Parcours > starting point: Koningin Fabiolaplein 1
Paris
20:00 Lecture > tbc:Ville du 1/4h (online)

09.12.2020
St.Gilles 
17:30-19:30 Parcours > starting point: Chaussée de Waterloo 211
Oslo
20:00 Lecture > Vision Zero (online)

 

15.12.2020
Evere
08:00-10:00 Parcours > starting point: Gemoedsrustlaan 21
 

17.12.2020
Berlin
20:00 Lecture > Felix Weisbrich: Corona bike lanes (online)

28.01.2021
Horizon Workshop > Architecture Workroom Brussels, Anspachlaan 65


With the support of Brussels Mobility.

 

Location: Online
For an overview of all activities and possibilities for registration:
The Other Atelier Facebook pageWebsite

 

 

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More people, More future
24. Nov 3 pm
More people for the future: simulate the spatial challenges for the future of the spacious Ghent region yourself, IABR, the Province of East Flanders, the Environment Department, Photo: AWB

"More people, more future" is a new platform where you can simulate the future of every municipality in the spacious region around Ghent, discover their promising places and find inspiration for sustainable spatial policy choices. This is necessary to accommodate the extra 42,730 they expect by 2035.

 

On Tuesday 24 November (15-16h) we will launch this platform with an online event. Be the first to discover this platform. Don't miss it and register here...  

 

More people, more future is a product of the Province of East Flanders, IABR and AWB unites in the IABR-Atelier Oost-Vlaams Kerngebied. Via a Strategic Project, the Environment Department also contributed to this.

 

Register here

More info about "IABR Atelier Oost-Vlaams Kerngebied" here

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Book launch Fundamentals of urban design
17. Nov 8 pm
De metaforische begrippen ‘Eiland & Archipel’ © Heinrich Altenmueller

After years of experience in education, research, design practice and policy advice, Professor Marcel Smets, founder of urban design and second Flemish Government Architect, has compiled his insights into urban design in a personal booklet. He reduces a complex subject matter to a series of core insights, and makes them comprehensible to a wide audience.

Smets' search for the Fundaments van het Stadsontwerp (Foundations of Urban Design), a very appropriate title, did not become a lengthy textbook, but an interesting and accessible essay. Twenty short chapters dissect central concepts from the practice of urbanisation and urbanism, using complementary pairs of concepts and characteristic examples.

In a full evening programme, the Flemish Architecture Institute fits this new and original contribution into the broader tradition of urban planning manuals. At the beginning of the evening Marcel Smets will explain the structure of the book. Afterwards, in a panel discussion with critical readers, we will explore the effective usability of the book for contemporary practice.
Speakers:
- Stefan Devoldere (UHasselt)
- Kristiaan Borret (Brussels master builder, University of Ghent)
- Els Vervloesem (Architecture Workroom Brussels)
- Michiel Dehaene (Ghent University)
This panel discussion in deSingel alternates with remote responses. In short video messages, Els Verbakel (Derman Verbakel Architecture, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Desing Jerusalem), Aglaée Degros (Artgineering, TU Graz), Tom Avermaete (ETH Zurich), and Maarten Van Acker (University of Antwerp) look for the foundations of urban design in their own local context.
 

Address: Online

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Beyond the Pentagon: the metropolitan centre of Brussels
19. Oct 2 pm
Publication Beyond The Pentagon, BCO-BSI, 2020

The BSI-BCO organises a seminar on Monday 19/10 (14h-19h) in the Brussels Town Hall (and via Facebook Live + Youtube). This seminar will present the results of four years of research into the pedestrian zone and its impact on the development of the metropolitan city centre. Two publications will also be presented: a large public book (en/fr) and a scientific book (en).

Roeland Dudal of Architecture Workroom Brussels will take part in a panel discussion based on his experiences within the Pentagon Sud project.

 

 

 

Location: 

Town Hall City of Brussels
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Ecopolis 2020: AGAIN(ST) NATURE
18. Oct 3:30 pm

On 18 October, Els Vervloesem will participate in Ecopolis 2020: AGAIN(ST) NATURE. A panel discussion about "cities full of nature and poor countryside" together with Paul Demets, Ine Renson and Tom Bauler. 

Location: Online

Reservation mandatory

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Archiweek: guided tours in AWB's workspace.
10. Oct 1 am
Workspace Actiris, 2019. Photo: Lies Engelen.

Architecture Workroom is opening its doors as part of Archiweek.

 

This temporary set-up of offices on a standard office building slab, posits a considerable degree of flexibility from the users. The project questions the strictness of classic offices by subverting typical partition walls and other standardized elements. Individual workspaces are surrounded by a large common workspace to be used and appropriated by citizens, entrepreneurs, governments, researchers and other users. The temporary project took an economically feasible approach: as little material as possible was wasted, and existing dividing walls were retained or relocated. The design process took only 2.5 months between the first meeting and the inauguration of the project, resulting in an intensive collaboration between the architect and client. Both stayed in the building throughout the entire process, leading to the design vision and program being a real collective effort and learning experience for all participants.

 

The visits on 10.10.2020 at 16:00 and on 11.10.2020 at 11:00 will be guided by the architect Laura Muyldermans (LDSRa).

 

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Location:

Boulevard Anspach/Anspachlaan 65
1000 Bruxelles/Brussel

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EDAR Lecture Series Joachim Declerck and Filippo De Pieri
8. Oct 5:30 pm

The series aims at giving a voice to contemporary scholars who, within their ongoing research activity, are experiencing a « transition » condition. Their contribution to new, emerging research topics, tentative interpretations and unconventional approaches, marks the intersection of their personal research agendas, the evolution of their discipline, the public debate, and the availability of sources and data.
 
SCHOLARS IN TRANSITION will be a means of a collective debate on the potential of scientific initiative and responsibility of scholars in the fields of Architecture, Urbanism, Regional and Urban Studies.

Location: Online

To follow the debate online: https://epfl.zoom.us
Meeting ID: 854 6506 5009

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Forum Landscape Parks
7. Oct 1 am

How can we support and further develop areas in Flanders with a distinct landscape quality and regional identity in an integral manner? Can we develop a vision and approach that harmoniously combines landscape, recreation, nature, agriculture, housing, industry and tourism? Many local authorities and other initiators want to work creatively on this and ask themselves questions about it. The Flemish Government would like to hear how it can help with this through the 'landscape parks' label. As a representative of an area coalition, local government, regional landscape or other initiator, you are most welcome at the Forum Landscape Parks on 7 October. More information on www.openruimteplatform.org

Location 

Online

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Inspiration session – Pentagone Sud, Brussels
21. Sep 1 am

Through urban acupuncture with new green spaces, the Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie aims to involve local actors in the design, implementation and management of a city-wide green and blue network.

 

The first workshop in December 2019 analysed the possible projects and collaborations to be implemented. 

During the inspiration session, these reflections will be presented. In the second part of this session, together with all the guests, we would like to broaden our thinking by thinking about promising links between the various projects in the neighbourhood and beyond, and question the feasibility of a green-blue network in the city.

Location: online

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Delta Atelier Conference
22. Jun 1 am

At the fourth conference of the Delta Atelier, the role of spatial design in the major societal challenges in the Netherlands, Flanders and Brussels will once again be central. Six themes were researched over the past year and will therefore be given a prominent place in this three-day knowledge-sharing marathon. Finally, a plenary discussion will draw joint conclusions about the necessary economic and financing models, the new relationships between government and citizens and the regulations needed to facilitate these transitions.

 

Program:

22 June - Scaling up energy districts

22 June - Circular Ports

22 June - Caring Neighbourhoods

June 23 - Urban Management

23 June - Food and Soil

23 June - Mobility nodes

03 July - Plenary discussion

Location: online

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Webinars OVK - Learning environment in practice
28. May 1 am
Four housing typologies for the energy district in Eeklo, image: plusoffice, enprove

Covenants of Mayors have been signed in many municipalities in East Flanders in recent years, but it is often not clear how the ambitious objectives can now be put into practice. That is why the IABR-Atelier OVK organised a series of webinars based on a twofold question: how can we build the future of the region through concrete projects, and vice versa, how can major social goals be a lever for innovative developments in the field?

These webinars dealt with various locations and challenges. Such as the reconstruction of roads, the redevelopment of station, market square and school environments, the redevelopment of classic allotment areas and the new interpretation of residential expansion areas. These are the types of locations and tasks that occur throughout the region and offer a handle to get started.

Possible answers to this question were illustrated and discussed during three thematic webinars, which touch on the challenges that were researched and developed in the three demonstration projects.

 

The first webinar on 14 May focused on open space in the OVK region. Many municipalities cherish it, but at the same time struggle with development pressure. How can we secure this precious open space, but still stimulate further spatial developments?

The second webinar on 28 May focused on shared mobility in the OVK region. Many initiatives have already been set in motion, but structural support is still lacking in many places. Building on the many small initiatives, how can a system change be brought about and what new types of space should be developed for this purpose?

The third and final webinar on 11 June looked at the energy district in the OVK region. How can we use the energy transition as a lever for spatial and social added value?

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Circular (City)Ports Online Webinars
28. Apr 1 am

Within the research trajectory ‘Circular (City) Ports’, initiated by Circular Flanders/OVAM and in collaboration with 1010au and Architecture Workroom Brussels, three online webinars were organized with a selected group of port authorities, practitioners, researchers and cities. The online webinars tried to define a first moment of strategic thinking to sharpen the next steps to accelerate the circular transition in (city) ports.

Location: online

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Unsealing forum. '1 year Flanders breaks out'
5. Mar 1 am

On 5 March 2020, the first series of 22 'Proeftuinen Ontharding’ (Pilot Project Unsealing) and all the experts involved, together with the Environment Department, looked back one year on a joint realisation and knowledge project. With every Pilot Project Unsealing a first step is taken and lessons can be learned with the aim that Flanders no longer belongs to one of the most hardened areas of Europe. To put highlight this moment and to take a look ahead, there was a Unsealing Forum. 

 

The programme summary: 

 

Morning

The morning looked back on the learning process of the 1st generation of pilot projects unsealing and their supporters.

A number of exemplary unsealing projects were presented by their leaders and several participants (projects, design supervisors, experts, ...) from the trajectory discussed the trajectory, the projects and the process. 

 

Afternoon

The afternoon focused on the exchange of knowledge between the 1st generation and 2nd generation pilot projects through a parallel work session and adds knowledge and expertise from external parties. 

It aims to broaden the learning effects and to work together on the further development of a softening culture in Flanders.

 

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Open Space Platform XL
3. Mar 1 am
At the ORP-XL, the publication 'Open Space Works' was also launched.

On March 3rd, the Open Space Platform made an inventory of the past three years in an XL line-up and looked ahead to the future. It was a day full of testimonies, reflection as well as energy and proposals for the future. In the morning, Hans Leinfelder (KU Leuven) and Saartje Degelin (Boerenbond) discussed the opportunities and pitfalls of the OSP. We then discussed the Water+Land+Schap programme and reflected on opportunities for the Open Space from a practical point of view. In the afternoon we worked in smaller working groups on the various programmes of the Open Space Platform. For more information about the Open Space Platform, please visit www.openruimteplatform.org or info@openruimteplatform.org. If you would like to stay informed about the ORP, please subscribe here to the newsletter.

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Location

Palais des Académies, Bruxelles

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Open Studio series Take Care! – Atelier 4: Care for the neighborhood
27. Feb 1 pm
Stijn De Vleeschouwer (Team Vlaams Bouwmeester) about a possible second series of Pilot Projects Care focused on caring neighbourhoods, Brussels, Sien Verstraeten.

Together with representatives of various policy areas and knowledge institutions, architects, midfield, citizens and market initiatives, we will spend five afternoons discussing policy and professional approaches to better integrate care and shape it in society.  

 

During the fourth workshop, we will look more closely at the question of how the socialisation of care relates to views on the neighbourhood. What can a caring design and organisation of those neighbourhood(s), in which care is close by and accessible, contribute to our well-being?

 

In the first place, this concerns the integration of formal neighbourhood facilities, which can take the form of specific places as well as social networks. In addition, we also want to draw attention to all kinds of informal care, (temporary) help or support. How can we strengthen the social fabric in neighbourhoods? What is needed for people to remain part of society? How does this relate to places of meeting, accessibility and mobility, the proximity of basic facilities such as a bakery, a grocery shop, child care, or a hairdresser? 

 

The Take Care! atelier series is an initiative of Architecture Workroom Brussels, the City Academy (UGent/Social Work and Social Pedagogy, Architecture and Urbanism), the Department of Welfare, Public Health, Family/VIPA, KULeuven/LUCAS and the Flemish Government Architect Team.

 

PROGRAMME

13.00 Welcome

Presentations:

13.30 - 13.45 Intro

13.45 - 14.00 Pilot projects Zorg voor de Buurt ? (Stijn De Vleeschouwer, Team Flemish Architect)

14.00 - 14.15 Neighbour-oriented (primary) care (Sara Willems + Veerle Vyncke, UGent)

14.15 - 14.30 When neighbourhoods organise themselves (Chantal Vanoeteren, HumanCities)

14.30 - 14.45 Ageing in the countryside (Emma Volckaert, P.PUL, KULeuven)

14.45 - 15.00 Organisation of care and caring neighbourhoods in the city (Stefan Van Eeckhout, Zorgbedrijf Antwerpen)

15.00 - 15.15 Break

15.15 - 16.15 Work sessions

16.20 - 16.45 Conclusions

 

 

LOCATION

Architecture Workroom Brussels
Boulevard Anspach 65
1000 Brussels

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Open Studio series Take Care! – Atelier 3: Between home and institution
30. Jan 1 pm

Together with representatives of various policy areas and knowledge institutions, architects, midfield, citizens and market initiatives, we will spend five afternoons discussing policy and professional approaches to better integrate care and shape it in society. 


During the third workshop, we will look more closely at the question of how the socialisation of care relates to the changing demands of citizens in the course of their lives. In the workshop we discuss the dominant view in the socialisation of care that people can and should continue to live independently at home for as long as possible with the support of their natural network. This results in necessary transitions between self-reliant living at home and being transferred to residential care when there is really no other option, creating a spread between self-reliant and care-dependent citizens who are seen as a residual group. The studio focuses on the question of how the design of the living environment can continue to respond to the quality of life and make citizens feel at home with changing demands for care.


The Take Care atelier series is an initiative of Architecture Workroom Brussels, De Stadsacademie (UGent/Sociaal Werk en Sociale Pedagogiek, Architectuur en Stedenbouw), Departement Welzijn, Volksgezondheid, Gezin/VIPA, KULeuven/LUCAS and Team Vlaams Bouwmeester.

 

PROGRAM
13.00 Welcome 

Presentations:
13.30 - 13.45 Presentation from a policy perspective (Emilie Verwimp, Department Environment)
13.45 - 14.00 Presentation of the broad framework (Pascal De Decker, KULeuven)
14.00 - 14.45 Testimonials
- Caroline Beyers (Housing Department, city of Ghent)
- Rose Andries (CM Ostend)
14.45 - 15.00 Pause
15.00 - 16.15 Working sessions
16.15 - 16.45 Conclusions

LOCATION

Architecture Workroom Brussels, 
Boulevard Anspach 65
1000 Brussels

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Workshop III - Delta Atelier Management
14. Jan 1 am
Imagining 10 keys to building city-management of the future

The results will be presented to all partners involved as a conclusion of the exploration process in collaboration with the Urban Management Front Group within the framework of the Delta Atelier. In recent months, AWB, H + N + S, Endeavour and Jelte Boeijenga have investigated how city management and design can be better coordinated with each other and with the major transitions that are coming our way. This provides incredible opportunities, both within the specific test districts that were studied and for the implementation of regional or even national policy! This workshop will provide the final input for the workbook and the poster that will be published after this process.

 

PROGRAM

16:15 Walk-in
16:45 Presentation results reconnaissance trajectory by AWB (in collaboration with H + N + S, Endeavor and Jelte Boeijenga)
17:40 Break with snacks 
17:50 Reflection Round 1 by the area representatives from the four tested neighbourhoods
18:20 Reflection Round 2 by representatives of 'friendly / involved' organizations (including BiZa, TNO, CROW, DON office, Posad-Maxwan, WUR, HVHL, municipality of Zwolle)
18:50 Reflection Round 3 by the clients (municipalities of Almere, Leiden, Rotterdam and Zoetermeer)
19:20 Conclusions
19:30 End

 

 

LOCATION

Maassilo, Rotterdam

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Work Shop 1: Green-blue network on community building in the Pentagone Sud
19. Dec 1 pm
Sketch of the green network in the Pentagone Sud. Materials to prepare for the first work sessions in December 2018.

The southern Pentagon of Brussels is bubbling with projects and initiatives that try to respond to the small and big challenges that manifest themselves daily. Both for committed citizens and for policy, the Southern Pentagon has so far proved to be a breeding ground for collective protests, for unsolicited design research, for multiple neighbourhood contracts and urban renewal contracts and for prioritizing investments.

To cultivate this capacity, a co-production process is underway in which the residents of their neighbourhood collaborate with governments, designers and experts to formulate the projects for the future and implement them in new coalitions.

The urban renewal project of the Flemish Community Commission focuses on shaping a productive and locally anchored green-blue network in the southern Pentagon. Through a series of workshops with residents and local organizations, designers, governments and experts, roofs, facades, fencing and playgrounds are smartly provided with productive greenery (vegetables, fruit, herbs), nest boxes and other installations that enhance biodiversity and the short food chain. promote in the city. New green spaces are created through this urban acupuncture that involve local residents and organizations in the design, implementation and management. Productive green installations thus become a lever for working towards a healthier environment, better water management, the tempering of the heat island effect and the social cohesion in (vulnerable) neighbourhoods.

In collaboration with the Flemish Community Commission, BSI-BCO, Atelier Groot Eiland, BRAL and Architecture Workroom Brussels.

 

PROGRAM

1.00 pm - 1.20 pm: Introduction
A framework for the Center Metropolitain + Pentagone Sud as the first test for a co-productive urban project.
1.20 pm - 3.20 pm: Work tables
3.20 pm - 4.00 pm: Conclusions and future debate

 

LOCATION

Fontainas-zaal

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Open Studio series Take Care! – Atelier 2: Follow the money
17. Dec 1 pm
Seminar-series Take Care! Invisible care as a socio-spatial assignment. An initiative of UGent, Team Vlaams Bouwmeester, VIPA and Architecture Workroom

Invisible care as a socio-spatial assignment.

Together with representatives of various policy areas and knowledge institutions, architects, midfield, citizens and market initiatives, we will spend five afternoons discussing policy and professional approaches to better integrate care and shape it in society.  

The second atelier deals with the question of how the ambitions and implementations of invisible care behave being able to relate the socio-spatial mission to the financing of care, with an emphasis on the new evolution towards personal financing. We discuss the effect of the evolution of financing of care has to do with the design of living and living situations of care-dependent citizens. Can the (personal) financing make invisible care possible? We look for encouragement for innovative projects of invisible care that respond to the personal financing.

The Take Care atelier series is an initiative of Architecture Workroom Brussels, De Stadsacademie (UGent/Sociaal Werk en Sociale Pedagogiek, Architectuur en Stedenbouw), Departement Welzijn, Volksgezondheid, Gezin/VIPA, KULeuven/LUCAS and Team Vlaams Bouwmeester.

 

PROGRAM

13.00 Welcome 
Presentations:
13.30 - 13.45 
Presentation from policy - James Van Casteren, VAPH
13.45 - 14.00 Presentation of the broad framework - Koen Hermans, LUCAS / KULeuven
14.00 - 14.45
Socio-spatial testimonials
- Luc Verbeke (Den Dries / Kwaito)
- Matthias Somers (Think Tank Minerva)
- Nadia Quintens (vzw Bindkracht)

14.45 - 15.00 break

Work sessions
15.00 - 15.15
Introduction
15.15 - 16.15 Round tables
16.15 - 16.45 Conclusions
16.45 -...Aperitif and networking time

 

 

 

LOCATION

Architecture Workroom Brussels
Boulevard Anspach 65
1000 Brussels

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Open Studio series Take Care! - Atelier 1: Rebalancing public and private solidarities for care
12. Dec 1 pm
Seminar-series Take Care! Invisible care as a socio-spatial assignment. An initiative of UGent, Team Vlaams Bouwmeester, VIPA and Architecture Workroo

Invisible care as a socio-spatial assignment.

Together with representatives of various policy areas and knowledge institutions, architects, midfield, citizens and market initiatives, we will spend five afternoons discussing policy and professional approaches to better integrate care and shape it in society.  

During the first workshop the question we go into more detail is how the invisible ambitions and implementations of can act as a social spatial assignment and relate to the socialization of the care. We discuss possible pros and cons in the workshop and the disadvantages of socialization. We focus on the underlying concept of citizenship and how principles of solidarity can be interpreted in various ways. Is invisible care a lever of warm and cold solidarity (or informal and formal,professional care)? In that light we look for the seeds of innovative practices of invisible care.

The Take Care atelier series is an initiative of Architecture Workroom Brussels, De Stadsacademie (UGent/Sociaal Werk en Sociale Pedagogiek, Architectuur en Stedenbouw), Departement Welzijn, Volksgezondheid, Gezin/VIPA, KULeuven/LUCAS and Team Vlaams Bouwmeester.

 

PROGRAM

13.00 Welcome 

Presentations:

13.30 - 13.45 
Presentation from policy - Wouter Beke, Flemish Minister of Welfare, Public Health, Family & Poverty Reduction
13.45 - 14.00
Presentation of the broad framework - Griet Roets, UGent department Social Work and Social Pedagogy
14.00 - 14.45
Socio-spatial testimonials
- Dries Cautreels (Heder vzw)
- Simon Allemeersch (Rabot Workshop)
- Michiel Verhaegen (Astor vzw / Osar)

14.45 - 15.00 Break

Work sessions:
15.00 - 15.15
Introduction
15.15 - 16.15 Round tables
16.15 - 16.45 Conclusions
16.45 -...Aperitif and networking time

LOCATION

Architecture Workroom Brussels, 
Boulevard Anspach 65
1000 Brussels

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HOW TO SCALE CLIMATE CHANGE MOVEMENTS
24. Sep 3 pm

Bold action on climate change is still a top priority. Researchers have been warning that as climate change worsens a cascade of irreversible tipping points looms. Currently we see many inspiring initiatives of mass mobilisation and movement alignment that are striving to change the big picture. In this interactive design sprint we invite you to learn from some of these hopeful initiatives and explore how impact investors and venture philanthropists can collaborate to support these ambitious movements to scale.

Session format: Design Sprint

Hosted by: Piet Colruyt (Impact Capital)

Moderated by: Mariken Gaanderse

Speakers: Joachim Declerck (De grote verbouwing) & Yves Dejaeghere (G1000)

 

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