ACADEMIC DESIGN OFFICE


MASTER STUDIOS

20-21 SEMESTER 1  #1
20-21 SEMESTER 1  #2
20-21 SEMESTER 2  #1
20-21 SEMESTER 2  #2
21-22 SEMESTER 1   #1
21-22 SEMESTER 1   #2
21-22 SEMESTER 2  #1
21-22 SEMESTER 2  #2


WORKSHOPS

INTRODUCTION 20-21
PROTOTYPING 20-21
MODEL MAKING 20-21
ADOBE/COB 20-21
BACHELOR ADOBE 20-21
INTRODUCTION 21-22
PROTOTYPING 21-22
MODEL MAKING 21-22
ADOBE/COB 21-22

AGENDA

2020 - 2021
2021 - 2022


Teachers and researchers:
Laurens Bekemans
Wes Degreef
Laurens Luyten
Catherine Mengé


Site editors:
Dries Dupré
Lisa Fraeye
Dylan Kumps
Maria Lahni
Cecelia Vincent
Sander Lambrix


Photographer:
Jasper Van der Linden


Faculteit Architectuur
Campus Sint-Lucas Brussel
Paleizenstraat 65-67 - 1030 Brussel
tel. +32 2 447 19 00

 

 

        

LIÈGE

Izaro Errementeria - Dylan Kumps - Maria Lahni - Olivia Rascar 



LIÈGE


The province of Liège is a part of Wallonia which was once known as ‘The Province of Ourthe’ because of the river that attracts many tourist every year to enjoy the views and the nature. Famous for its picturesque landscapes, it’s also known for being the centre of the industrial revolution in the 19th century. There was an abundance of of coal mines and steel factories in the region that attracted many families to settle in this province.

We went to visit the quarry and the atelier situated in Lierneux, where we got to see manufacturing of this unique metamorphic whetstone. We also found other rocks including bluestones and limestones, as well as sand, loam and chalk from different parts of the province. The most special material we found is the internationally-known coticule stone, which has a purple-ish colour and a remarkable strength.

QUARRIES



50°79’19,18”N 5°65’52,01”E

BASSENGE
Carriére du Romont

50°47’08,24”N 5°25’93,70”E

MARCHIN
Grés du Condroz
           

50°45’71,27”N 5°48’90,26”E

OUFFET
Pierre Bleue de Wallonie
        

50°27’98,30”N 5°84’15,63”E

LIERNEUX
Ardennes Coticules


50°50’27,14”N 5°60’74,65”E

SPRIMONT
Carriére de la Préalle

50°56’85,87”N  5°20’18,10”E

WANZE
Calcaire de Vinalmont


PROTOTYPES