The second debate of the Brussels Architecture Prize looks at the interweaving of program and project typology. 51N4E, AAC architecture + a2o, AgwA, &bogdan, Chancel + Frick-Cloupet, Label architecture and noAarchitecten take part in a discussion moderated by Lisa De Visscher, artistic director and editor-in-chief of A+ Architecture in Belgium.
The adaptability of a building is one of the characteristics of sustainable architecture. It also offers the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, evolving architectural history that respects a pre-existing architectural language.
The Brussels Architecture Prize is an initiative of the Brussels-Capital Region that is implemented by Urban in co-production with A+ Architecture in Belgium. A cycle of 4 debates, produced in collaboration with CIVA, invites speakers to express their views on a specific theme through their architectural practice. Adaptability is the second debate in the series.