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MASTER STUDIOS

20-21 SEMESTER 1  #1
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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

 

 

        

WALLOON BRABANT

Océane Baskens - Ewout Gijbels - Lexi Lauwers - Juan Pizarro Paez 



WALLOON BRABANT


Walloon Brabant is geologically classified as a loam region, however following our field trips it became clear that this material is not easily found. The most prominent material found in this region is sand. This versatile material is used in several applications, from masonry to concrete manufacturing to simply using it to level out landscapes. None of the quarries we visited mentioned the use of Walloon Brabant sand in glass manufacturing.

Beside sand, this region is also the home of one of Europe’s largest porphyry quarries and the only remaining active quarry of the local Gobertange stone. In the built landscape of Walloon Brabant you will find many buildings constructed using these local stones, old and new.

QUARRIES



50°41’36.11”N 4°58’57.65”E

ORP-JAUCHE
Réserve Naturelle Communale et Educative du Paradis
         

50°44’01.70”N 4°50’38.58”E

JODOIGNE
Gobertange Stone
        

50°42’24.24”N 4°20’22.79”E

BRAINE L’ALLEUDE
Carriére de Sable
       

50°38’56.48”N
4°37’53.06”E

MONT-SAINT-GUIBERT
Valorem


50°39’03.71”N 4°37’22.90”E

MONT-SAINT-GUIBERT
Carriére de Sable
   

50°39’44.71”N 4°09’27.42”E

QUENAST
Carriére de Porphyr
     


PROTOTYPES