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The apartment building                      Summer school 2016                      Tutors



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The summer school took place from August 20th to 27th 2016 at the Faculty of Architecture of University of Liège, Belgium. It consisted in an intensive workshop combined with a public evening program: screenings, lectures and debates. 40 young international architects have been selected to work on the future of the modern apartment building. They have worked in teams of 10 under the supervision of one of the 4 tutors. The main question to tackle was: how architectural interventions could release potential strategies for the renewal of apartment buildings, products of the real estate boom during the 1960s and the 1970s?

Photograph © Julien Ferir


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BREAKING HOUSING CONVENTIONS
FILIPE MAGALHAES

Sajoua Ettahri
Nur Gayretli
Florian Gick
Martin Gründ
Justine Lemesre
Barbara Polakova
Alba Tavares Vanhoutte
Ján Vyšný


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TOWARDS AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN LIVELY BUILDINGS
BART DEHAENE

Sofia Pia Belenky
Alberto Geuna
Caroline Lacomble
Lise Mortehan
Chloé Nachtergael
Petar Petricevic
Leon Steffani
Maxime Westman


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FORM OF LIVING TOGETHER
MATTEO COSTANZO

Dimitris Chatziioakimidis
Sophie Costa
Quentin Dauvergne
Małgorzata Grzesikowska
Nathan Heindrichs
Jack Huang
Jan Poslušný
Andreea Vasilcin


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GROUNDWORK: A MANUFACTURED RUIN
HIKARU NISSANKE

Joffrey About
Gianmarco Causi
Maxime Coq
Francois Gena
Clémentine Genet
Juliette Gilson
Igor Machata
Oğul Öztunç


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LECTURERS

Shumi Bose (Home Economics, uk)
Tom Broes (UGent, be)
Sébastien Charlier (GAR asbl, be)


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ARTISTS

Maxence Dedry (photographs)
Julien Ferir (photographs)
Sofie Van der Linden (drawings)


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WITH THE SUPPORT OF

Université de Liège
Ville de Liège
Lab Ville Liège
Universiteit Gent
Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Cellule Architecture
Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Direction des Arts Plastiques
A+ Architecture in Belgium
Wallonie Design
Thomas & Piron Bâtiments
Matexi