Stéphane Beel Architects
Stéphane Beel Architects

Stéphane Beel Architects

Architects from Poel 15 , Gent, Belgium
In the early 80s Stéphane Beel, born in Kortrijk (Belgium) in 1955, founded his own architectural office and currently employs about 45 employees. All projects of the office are carried out with a same level of ambition, whether small or large scale, urban studies or individual buildings, in general layout or in detailing.
A few examples are the ‘Rubens House’ in Antwerp, the Museum Roger Raveel in Machelen-Zulte, the Courthouse in Ghent, head office for the FNG fashion house in Mechelen, several extensions of the International Arts Campus deSingel, the Museum M in Leuven, Psychiatric Centre Gasthuisberg in Leuven, various schools and private dwellings and now also the 'Royal Museum for Central Africa' in Tervuren.

His work is featured in numerous international magazines including the prestigious architectural monograph of El Croquis in 2005 and in 1999 and 2011 monographs were published about his recent work.