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11/15/2016 - 04:59

Vision document for the Antwerp Ring ready

In january of this year Alexander D'Hooghe and his ORG2-team were appointed Curator for the Antwerp Ring. On November 14th the ambition document for the covering of the Antwerp Ring was presented: it is a compass for the future, both regarding quality of life and regarding mobility. The story of the ringroad is not about choosing liveability OR mobility, it is about BOTH. Curator D'Hooghe organized workshops, meetings and one-to-one conversations in search for common ground. more

11/03/2016 - 11:40

Market Building Anderlecht in A+ Magazine

The Market Building in Anderlecht is featured in A+ magazine's oktober/november edition!

"De sterke aanwezigheid van de portieken geeft de constructie een grote waardigheid, die afstraalt op de activiteiten die zich erin afspelen. De open vorm makt er als vanzelf ook een stuk stad in de stad van. Een voorafname dus op de verdere toekomst van de site."


11/03/2016 - 08:35

Market in Anderlecht selected for FEBE Elements Awards

The Belgian Concrete Federation (FEBE) has announced the 3 nominees for their Elements Award in the category 'Precast in buildings'. Our mixed-use Market Building in Anderlecht for Abattoir nv's Foodmet is one of them!
The Market Building was built with a consistent architectural language: large precast concrete panels. The panels form over-dimensioned porticoes that are able to be combined in different ways.

10/20/2016 - 06:58

ORG architecture wins CityCampus project

NEWS! ORG has won the project CityCampus Anderlecht, in collaboration with Crepain Binst Architecture nv, Groep Van Roey and VK Architects & Engineers. It's a mixed-use project with a SME agro-park for businesses, social housing and student housing. The project is the result of a collaboration between, BGHM and Anderlechtse haard. More info on the project page. more

10/19/2016 - 11:37

BSA awards for our projects in Ghana and Anderlecht

Two of our recent projects have been selected for recognition by the Boston Society of Architects ! The Market Building in Anderlecht, Brussels will participate in BSA’s "2016 Honor Awards for Design Excellence". The African Agribusiness Knowledge Center in Ghana (together with P-REX), has been chosen in the category "2016 Unbuilt Design Awards". The level of the award that the projects have received —Honor level, Award level, or Citation level— will be kept confidential until the BSA’s annual Awards Gala in early 2017.