Designed Landscapes — Brussels 1775-2020

 © Simon Schmitt –
© Simon Schmitt –

Designed Landscapes proposes a new perspective on the Brussels Region landscape, leading to discover the exceptionnal history of its parks and public gardens. Through original documents, partly unreleased, the exhibition offers an overall vision on the landscape creations between 1775 and the contemporary period, their authors as well as the historical and political context. The exhibition aims to position Brussels' landscape creations in an international cultural frame and to give value to the specific tools employed by a landscape designer.


Friday, November 16, 2018Sunday, March 31, 2019
Tuesday > Sunday | 10:30 > 18:00
CIVA, Rue de l'Ermitage 55, 1050 Brussels

Adults : 10€ / students & seniors : € 5 / -18 years old : no entrance fee 
Groups : 8€ per person 
MuseumPASSmusée : free entrance

Ursula Wieser Benedetti & Eric Hennaut
For the section 'Région et création contemporaine' in collaboration with Thierry Kandjee, Chaire Paysage of the Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, at the Université Libre de Bruxelles


10.12.18 Catherine Mosbach*

24.01.18 GROSS. MAX.*

07.02.19 Thilo Folkerts**

21.02.19 Gilles Clément*

14.03.19 Marti Franch (EMF)**

21.03.19 Round table Towards Future Designed Landscapes**

* in partnership with the Faculteit Architectuur KU Leuven
** in partnership with the Chaire Paysage de la Faculté d'Architecture La Cambre Horta, ULB

© Thomas Ost
© Thomas Ost
© Thomas Ost
© Thomas Ost
© Thomas Ost
© Thomas Ost