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The Village / Bringing in a village into the city / 2015 / Brussels

By merging 750 houses into one block, including streets, squares, alleys and recognizable classic brick and medieval towers, modernism is pushed backwards to the limit.
Using recognisable traditional components in a new paradigma is the lasting succes of modernity.
Recovery and reuse is not only a material thing, but also the reuse of the mentally implemented energy from old form concepts
Bringing the village into the city helps the city in complementary ways.
By merging 750 houses into one block, including streets, squares, alleys and recognizable classic brick and medieval towers, modernism is pushed backwards to the limit.
Using recognisable traditional components in a new paradigma is the lasting succes of modernity.
By merging 750 houses into one block, including streets, squares, alleys and recognizable classic brick and medieval towers, modernism is pushed backwards to the limit.
Using recognisable traditional components in a new paradigma is the lasting succes of modernity.
By merging 750 houses into one block, including streets, squares, alleys and recognizable classic brick and medieval towers, modernism is pushed backwards to the limit.
Using recognisable traditional components in a new paradigma is the lasting succes of modernity.
By merging 750 houses into one block, including streets, squares, alleys and recognizable classic brick and medieval towers, modernism is pushed backwards to the limit.