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Plaza and park infrastructure on old royal vegetable garden, Tervuren

MOTU

Plaza and park infrastructure on old royal vegetable garden, Tervuren

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MOTU consists of a design for a park, a plaza, and surrounding infrastructures. Buildings are by other designers. The question is to organize the area between the 19th century Royal Park of Tervuren, and the historical village that grew around its edge. The in-between zone used to have royal botanical gardens, and is now flattend into parking lots. The project uses the historical typology of the French garden to install a pluralisict formal apparatus.

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