• General Hospital AZ Zeno (Knokke, Belgium)

    The project was awarded in the highly-prestigious World Architecture Festival Award 2018.

    AZ Zeno Hospital is built on a 20 hectare site with a building size of 44,000 sqm., the project was conceptualised focusing on the sustainable impact of the building and its integration within its natural environment. The design team implemented a multi-disciplinary approach with a rule for open consultation at all stages of the project – from design, planning, building to commissioning.

    The 324-bed hospital integrates smarts solutions and showcases a transformation of the medical sector. AZ Zeno includes a rehabilitation centre, care hotel, outpatient, clinic, auditoria, public, events room and heliport.

  • MULTI (formerly Brouckère tower) (Brussels, Belgium)

    This project received a Bronze Award in BIM Awards 2018.

    This assignment pursues the transformation of a modernistic tower (1969) in the centre of Brussels from a unilateral office building into a multi-faceted construction with added public value. The renovation has become a catalyst for creating a pedestrian zone that connects public spaces in the area. The building is being transformed from a heavy, black box into a bright, transparent and inviting construction.

    The MULTI project has been selected as one of the laureates for ‘Be Exemplary 2017. It is for the reassignment of an emblematic, contemporary office building that links public space with an accessible city platform. It is a large-scale reconversion that overcomes a number of major urban challenges, with ambitious and stringent goals in regards to the reuse, with as many components as possible from the original building being retained in the renewal. The ambition of large-scale reuse is innovative and serves as an example for other projects of a similar nature. A key to the success is the involvement of partners active in the circular economy from the very start of the preliminary design stages.

  • Umicore SA (Hoboken, Belgium)

    The HQ office became a worldwide reference project for zinc constructions.

    Located in Hoboken, Belgium, this building modernised the image of zinc as a leading Belgian industry while keeping the heritage of the site. Instead of tearing down the old building, the leading architect kept the existing imposing brick building and built an extension of the offices using the company’s key selling product which is zinc. For this project, CONIX RDBM provided main architecture, interior design, urban landscape and canopies.

    CONIX RDBM Architects is one of the four leading Belgian architectural firms under B-Studio.

  • Residential Project (Woods, Leuven, Belgium)

    Nominated as ‘Best Residential Development’ in the RES Awards 2018.

    The rhythmically striking facade elements is the key feature of the building. Built-in terraces on the side of the road bring depth into the facade, while large windows on the building creates openness. Four facades each with their own character but connected by the rhythm of the panels. The finely detailed green acidified concrete combines with bronze joints created a stylish overall look that matches the green park lint. On each floor there are about twenty-one high-grade student rooms, 157 in total, with the top floor being assigned as the common areas. The views on the track, Kessel-Lo, the station environment and the forests around Leuven form a varied background for the students.

    Designed by BINST Architects, one of the four leading Belgian architectural firms under B-Studio.

  • WDP for Lantmannen (Londerzeel, Belgium)

    Award-winning project in high-bay cold storage -20°C

    AAVO Architects is one of the four leading Belgian architectural firms under B-Studio, designed this project of high-bay cold storage 20°C.

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