Opening of housing complex Lochten 237, Brussels (BE)
(October 3, 2019)

Last week, the 56-dwelling housing complex in Schaerbeek was opened. The promoter JCX Immo bought the site from a former timber trade and turned it into a textbook example of sustainability: low energy houses, a range of different types of houses, communal areas and areas to be shared that can be reached via paths in […]

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Contribution Laurent Ney to the book Structured Lineages, New York (USA)
(October 1, 2019)

Structured Lineages: Learning from Japanese Structural Design presents a selection of essays and roundtable discussions by internationally prominent structural engineers on the intertwined traditions of architecture and engineering in postwar Japan. The ten essays gathered in this volume offer insight into the collaborations between architects and structural engineers that engendered many of the most important buildings […]


The third tower of the Court of Justice of the European Union inaugurated, Luxembourg (LUX)
(September 27, 2019)

The first building of the European Court of Justice was inaugurated in 1973. Following successive enlargements of the European Union, the site has been enlarged five times. In the early 1990s, the French architect Dominique Perrault was involved in the project, with two towers marking the Kirchberg skyline. For the third tower the architect saw […]

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The opening of the castle and tensile roof of Koerich (LUX)
(September 19, 2019)

The ruins of Koerich Castle were opened last week after many years of restoration. Fabeck architects were responsible for the new infrastructure that welcomes visitors to this listed monument. Ney & Partners designed a tensile roof to protect the stage space while preserving the former main building of the castle. The 31 x 10 m […]

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