RECYCLART EVENT Wallonie-Bruxelles Architectures organizes in partnership with the Institut Culturel d’Architecture -Wallonie-Brussels (ICA-WB) a lucha libre at Recyclart on October 14 at 6:30 pm.Animated by Apolline Vranken, she will confront two offices per city/region partners, brought to express themselves on the thematic of the exhibition on the basis of two photos, a successful example and a failed example in his city of of shared living spaces.
A program that encourages the exchange of experience and meetings.
For this first stage, which will take place in Brussels on October 14 and 15, a program mixing exhibitions, meetings, architour, debates and social events has been set up. It is declined as follows: An exhibition at the Brasserie de la Senne, one of the selected project of the CCP06 Expo.
The exhibition “Shared living spaces” will allow to discover 60 significant projects of avant-garde architecture of the 3 connected territories, 20 per territory. The projects presented are as follows of responses proposed according to the specific context. This exhibition allows to make known young talented offices of the 3 connected territories and to weave durable links between the between the partners involved. The projects proposed by the FWB illustrate the diversity of production on our territory (scale, use, program…). The exhibition will be presented at the Brasserie de la Senne until November 25th.
CCP06 | 1st EVENT | BRUSSELS | 14-15th OCTOBER’21
Following the success of the fifth edition of Cities Connection Project – which spotlighted the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and the city of Barcelona under the theme “reactivate the city” – we are undertaking the sixth edition with a fresh format: a connection between three partners. On the one hand, Wallonia-Brussels and Barcelona, who will be participating again, thanks to the synergies established between CCP, the Barcelona institutions and especially Wallonie-Bruxelles Architectures. On the other hand, for the choice of the third city, we decided to return to Switzerland and more precisely to Basel, a city with a ery rich architectural heritage. Indeed, contemporary architecture has become the hallmark of the city. However, in our opinion, its most important asset is the interrelationship between its territory and its borders. The Basel metropolitan area, with a population of roughly one million inhabitants, is unique in being a city that spans three countries: Switzerland, Germany and France. It is a tri-national, cross-border metropolis unique in Europe.
Shared living spaces is the theme chosen for this CCP06 edition. The sharing of spaces and activities, as well as the diversity of programs are the common points of the projects illustrated in this catalogue. In our view what is truly important are the different approaches and processes tried out by architects from different cities or countries while working in highly heterogeneous contexts.
November 29th 2019,
Nicola Regusci, Xavier Bustos and Nathalie Brison, opened the exhibition with the 20 Belgium projects in Villa Saroli _i2a in Lugano. Full house of architects from Ticino to enjoy the conference of Sébastien Dachy (MAMOUT architectes from Brussels) and the archiparty with DJ tanreb from BCN.
Closing exhibition with Jörn Aram Bihain (V+ from Brussels)