In April 2017, architects from 5 Estonian and 5 Belgian architecture offices take a deep dive into a number of urban design and architecture problems that the city of Brussels faces every day. The issues they explore were selected using expertise from Belgian as well as Estonian side. The architects look at how to improve the security of critically important buildings in the city, how urban planning and architecture could support a more coherent society, how a more digital society might change the physical city around us, etc. The conclusions and solutions – site-specific to locations in Brussels – offered by the five teams of architects will form the core of an exhibition titled “BEL:EST A Laboratory for the City of Europe”.
More information on this workshop can be found here.