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El Croquis 204. XDGA Xavier De Geyter (2005-2020)

Political Animals

Uitgever:El Croquis

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Spaans
  • 208 pagina's
  • 12 aug. 2020

Belgian architect Xaveer de Geyter is the focus of this issue of El Croquis, which features a selection of projects from the past fifteen years.

Xaveer de Geyter began his career working with Rem Koolhaas at OMA, and started his own firm in the early 1990s. At the same time, he has been working as a teacher in the school where he obtained his degree. He has also worked as visiting and guest professor at the Berlage Institute, Delft, Netherlands (1993-2003), the EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (2004) and the ETH, Zurich, Switzerland (2016).

The office XDGA XAVEER DE GEYTER ARCHITECTS has won several international competitions, as well as numerous awards throughout its trajectory, including the Flemish Culture Award for Architecture in 2014, the Mies van der Rohe award in 2003 and the Charles Wilford Prize in the years 1993 and 1992. De Geyter believes architecture is about opening up possibilities: the potential of a site, the hidden opportunity of a particular situation, of a programmatic conflict.

Among the featured projects are Hasselt’s Z33 Museum, Sint-Lucas School of Fine Arts in Ghent, a learning and innovation centre in Brussels, and a design for the International Olympic Committee Headquarters. Includes an interview with the architect by Sarah Whiting and essay by Philip Ursprung.

Faculty of Economics, Ghent University
Saint-Lucas School of Fine Arts
Kitchen Tower, Brussels
Private house, Hoeilaart
Baltic Pearl Tower, St Petersburg
Place Rogier, Brussels
Place Schuman, Brussels
GZA Residential Care Centre
Province Headquarters, Antwerp
Z33 Museum, Hasselt
Faculty of Economics, Strasbourg
International Olympic Committee Headquarters
Waterfront Promenade, Vlora
Melopee, Multipurpose School Building
Museum of Fine Arts, Tournai
Learning and Innovation Centre, Brussels
Hotel PEX, Toulouse
Cargill Headquarters, Vilvoorde
UCBM University Campus
Mobilis Multipurpose Building

Belgian architect Xaveer de Geyter is the focus of this issue of El Croquis, which features a selection of projects from the past fifteen years.

Xaveer de Geyter began his career working with Rem Koolhaas at OMA, and started his own firm in the early 1990s. At the same time, he has been working as a teacher in the school where he obtained his degree. He has also worked as visiting and guest professor at the Berlage Institute, Delft, Netherlands (1993-2003), the EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (2004) and the ETH, Zurich, Switzerland (2016).

The office XDGA XAVEER DE GEYTER ARCHITECTS has won several international competitions, as well as numerous awards throughout its trajectory, including the Flemish Culture Award for Architecture in 2014, the Mies van der Rohe award in 2003 and the Charles Wilford Prize in the years 1993 and 1992. De Geyter believes architecture is about opening up possibilities: the potential of a site, the hidden opportunity of a particular situation, of a programmatic conflict.

Among the featured projects are Hasselt’s Z33 Museum, Sint-Lucas School of Fine Arts in Ghent, a learning and innovation centre in Brussels, and a design for the International Olympic Committee Headquarters. Includes an interview with the architect by Sarah Whiting and essay by Philip Ursprung.

Faculty of Economics, Ghent University
Saint-Lucas School of Fine Arts
Kitchen Tower, Brussels
Private house, Hoeilaart
Baltic Pearl Tower, St Petersburg
Place Rogier, Brussels
Place Schuman, Brussels
GZA Residential Care Centre
Province Headquarters, Antwerp
Z33 Museum, Hasselt
Faculty of Economics, Strasbourg
International Olympic Committee Headquarters
Waterfront Promenade, Vlora
Melopee, Multipurpose School Building
Museum of Fine Arts, Tournai
Learning and Innovation Centre, Brussels
Hotel PEX, Toulouse
Cargill Headquarters, Vilvoorde
UCBM University Campus
Mobilis Multipurpose Building

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