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NewsMaterialization • 9 Aug 2020

Infill project in Brussels uses glass to create intriguing spatial transitions

In the centre of Brussels, an existing building from the beginning of the 20th century was located between two higher apartment buildings and forms part of a large urban building block. Filling the gap between the two higher apartments with an extension, dmvA Architecten have densified the site in harmony with the scale of its surroundings.  The urban infill portion includes a training centre and practice for advanced diagnostic imaging in dentistry and also serves as a home to the client.   Credit: Sergio Pirrone Making the most of its floor area, the different spaces inside the project can be used flexibly, making a combination of work and living uses possible. Spaces are able to transition with ease. For example, the trai... More