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09/18/2017 - 07:01

Construction site Beveren officially inaugurated

Last week the Mayor of Gemeente Beveren officially inaugurated the construction site of the new Police Office and Administrative Center on the Gravenplein in Beveren. The complete new building will be ready by 2020, the Police will already move in by the end of 2018.

Click here for press coverage in het Nieuwsblad (with movie in dutch).
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08/18/2017 - 04:28

Wanted: "Ring Builders"

6 multidisciplinary teams were selected to work on feasible design proposals for the capping of the 6 zones of the Ring in Antwerp. They will not do this alone, but with the help from everyone that's willing to give his or her input! From September 6 to 13 the teams will be introduced to the neighborhoods surrounding the Ring. Are you interested in participating, in meeting them or joining a workshop? You can register here. more

08/01/2017 - 09:39

Interview Alexander in Bruzz

Last month Bruzz, the Brussels flemish newspaper and magazine, interviewed Alexander D'Hooghe on the steps of the Palace of Justice in Brussels. The full Magazine can be downloaded here (in Dutch).

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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.

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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

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