• MOBILIS

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    • MOBILIS

      Along the Brussels canal, an area in full transformation, a building for the mobility of the future is rising. The evolution of the automotive sector is in full swing but is at the same time uncertain. Driven by new technologies and the sharing economy, the usual concepts about the car workshop or showroom can be questioned, or even disappear in the future. We are therefore thinking about a generic building type with a structure designed to host any kind of activity. The Garage 2.0.

      The building, composed by a completely rational structure on the inside, simultaneously gives shape on the outside to the amorphous boundary of the plot and the urban boulevards, ramps and turning circles. A series of thematic patios provide daylight, spatial experience and relations between programs.

      Landscape, urban ambitions, logistics and architecture create one inseparable whole. Production, innovation, but also local programs for a neighbourhood in full transition are taking shape here. With mobility in its broadest sense as a central theme, a vibrant mix is thus achieved.

      Along the Brussels canal, an area in full transformation, a building for the mobility of the future is rising. The evolution of the automotive sector is in full swing but is at the same time …

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    • 2019255 MOBILIS

      Competition, First Prize, ongoing

      CityBrussels

      ProgramMixed building

      Year2019

      ProcedureCompetition

      StatusFirst Prize, ongoing

      ClientD'Ieteren Immo

      Total floor area23 000 m2

      ArchitectsXDGA

      Structural engineerUtil Struktuurstudies

      Mechanical engineerStudiebureau Boydens

      ModelXDGA

      Building area10 000 m2

      ConsultantHealth Security Securisan / Signalisation Pam & Jenny