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

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12/16/2014 - 11:05

Firestation of Asse officially opened

Last saturday the official opening of ORG's fire station in Asse was celebrated in the presence of the federal vice-prime ministers Kris Peeters and Jan Jambon and the mayors of the different cities and communities that are served by the fire corps. Some firefighters took the opportunity to speak to the ministers about their griefs, with the following result: De Redactie Link
12/03/2014 - 10:21

BOOK LAUNCH: 50 imaginary buildings

The literary magazine DW B and the publishing house MER paper kunsthalle are publishing a book called "50 imaginary buildings" (50 fictieve gebouwen). 50 writers produced a text or poem that describes one place from a novel. Then 50 architects, ORG one of them, made a drawing of this space. ORG's drawing is a room in a library, based on the interpretation by Ger Groot of Umberto Eco's novel The Name of the Rose.
12/03/2014 - 04:42

Abattoir nv on Bru+

The website of Bru+, developed by ADT-ATO (Urban Development Agency), to inform about ongoing projects, developments and highlights in the historic districts along the Brussels Canal, has published an article about the slaughterhouse site in Anderlecht (link).
12/01/2014 - 09:15


On 4th of November an event was held in the city hall of Ghent about the future of development in and around the city. Alexander D'Hooghe was invited to present ORG's vision on Ghent in 2030. You can find more information on our website under the project "GENT" and on the website of Vastgoed Event: