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Anvers (Belgique)

Competition Mars 2010 for the Designing the absent 'If we put the emphasis on the absent we emphasise the structure‘

The cathedral of Antwerp remains unfinished. When they started building it in the 14th century they didn’t take the future in account and soon ran out of finances. They made the building functional but lost one tower. This absence creates a blank canvas for today. By generating ideas for a new tower, we can put a focus on the cathedral itself. The given fact of an absent element within an existing structure functions as a great generator for ideas.

Infos projet

  • Maitrise d'ouvrage : NC
  • Maitrise d'oeuvre : Fabrice Commerçon Architecte
  • BET :
  • Surface : ----
  • Planning : Etude