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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!

05/03/2017 - 12:33

ORG SQUARED selected for competition on Schuman, Brussels

ORG SQUARED, together with Agence Ter, Arcadis, Coup d'éclat, Stratec, Citytools and Clepsydre, is one of the five teams that are selected to participate in the competition for the redesigning of Place Shuman in the European heart of Brussels - from the Cinquantenaire Park until the chaussée d'Etterbeek.

The other teams are:
- Grontmij – West 8 - Atelier Roland Jéol – S Design
- XDGA – Ney & Partners – Tractebel – Michel Desvigne
- BUUR – Gehl Architects – ARUP – URA – Ingenieursbureau France

05/03/2017 - 11:37

Ways of Life - Documenta

ORG Permanent Modernity is excited to share that we were chosen as one of 20 international firms to design one of the 20 prototypes for Ways of Life — A series of domestic space prototypes, which launches today, and will be exhibited this summer at Experimenta Urbana, a co-event of Documenta 14 in Kassel!