The Organization for Permanent Modernity is an office and research group for urban design and architecture.

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05/16/2017 - 04:28

model and light show for "De Kaaien" project in Aalst

‘De Kaaien’ is an urban design project for the conceptual integration and redesign of the waterfronts of the city of Aalst, Belgium. The river Dender runs along Aalst's medieval city, its industrial districts, and some of the city's parks and ecological reserves. As new projects emerge with considerable speed, the city has asked ORG SQUARED to design a unifying framework for an elegant, resilient, and coherent urban waterfront for a stretch of 3 km.


05/04/2017 - 07:52

BRAK in Mark Magazine

"ORG's giant-scaled structure plays with aesthetic deception" is the title of the publication on Brakel's new police station in Mark Magazine. "The deceptive nature of the oversized components adds a personably sense of frivolity to what could otherwise be considered to be a very serious building typology. more

05/03/2017 - 14:11

Aalst Event 13-14 May

The flemish city stad Aalst​ is organizing a weekend full of events to introduce to the public their new project for the redevelopment of the Dender river banks. Do you want to discover our work, while enjoying audio-visual installations, concerts, debates and organized walks: go to the 'oude vismijn' in Aalst on 13 or 14 May! In collaboration with Common Ground and Mad Lion.

05/03/2017 - 13:51

Debroux Competition Won!

After an intensive competition, ORG squared, Common Ground, d'ici là, Sweco and Antea were selected for designing a master plan and vision for the city entrance Debroux-Delta in Brussels! more

05/03/2017 - 13:20

Alexander interviewed on Antwerp Ring by Rebuild by Design

As our process for the Ring Road project in Antwerp was largely based on the process of Rebuild by design, Alexander D'Hooghe, curator for the Antwerp project, was interviewed for RBD's newsletter.
More info on our project can be found on the website (translated: 'over' the ring, or, 'about' the ring).
Latest updates on Rebuild by design can be found on their website!