Atelier d'architecture de Genval: designing the city
"The work by Andre Jacqmain and Atelier de Genval, Brussels, is well known for its major urban master plans in the capital of Belgium and for the breadth and scope of the stylistic-aesthetic features of all its designs. Drawing on the legacy of modernism that had its roots in Brussels, the firm, which can boast plenty of work abroad, for instance extensive accommodation facilities in holiday resorts, stands out for a philosophy of design projecting it beyond modernity in terms of technical know-how and stylistic elegance."
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Insight into the Atelier de Genval by Pierre Loze
Designing the City by Francesco Scullica
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