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04.2016

Prix Bruxelles Horta 2016 - 2 projects shortlisted

Our projects Les Courses and Cross House have been selected to the Prix Bruxelles Horta 2016 in the collective housing category.

Since 1996, the award recognizes every two years remarkable projects situated in the City of Brussels. For this anniversary edition, participation was extended to projects located in the entire Region of Brussels Capital.

Winners will be shown during the award ceremony in June and featured as part of an itinerary exhibition around Brussels.

VOTE FOR US! All nominees are eligible for the Public Award: please take a minute to vote for your favorite MDW project: http://www.pbh.sadbr.be/index.php/vote

 

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Terre Neuve

Culture

2016/

RTBF

Office - Culture

2015/2020

MCA

Office

2014/

Charleroi District Créatif

Urbanism

2015/

Ceria

Education - Urbanism

2016/

Private Villa

House

2013/2015

Le Lorrain

Residential

2006/2011

Delhaize Quai de Rome

Commercial

2009/2014

Les Courses

Residential

2008/2012

Savonnerie Heymans

Residential - Education

2005/2011

ERASMUS

Residential

2014/2020

BRUNFAUT

Residential

2013/

Charleroi Danses

Culture

2011/2014

Crèche Gaucheret

Education

2006/2011

Cross House

Residential

2011/2015

CirK

Education - Culture

2014/-

Hotel de Police Charleroi

Office

2011/2014

Studio

Founded in 2001 by Marie Moignot and Xavier De Wil, MDW Architecture is now strong of 30 staff. Our ethos is to combine the highest standards of creativity and sustainability.

We are committed to offering design excellence to each client, either public or private and independently of the scale of the project. Each request is looked into thoroughly so that the solution reaches beyond the brief. The freshness of our approach has been recognised by several awards.

Building on many years of experience in low-energy and passive projects of the highest standards in terms of energy efficiency and sustainable construction, we now integrate these principles in our schemes as naturally as structural engineering.

We see our relationship with our clients as a partnership, a continuous dialogue where everyone brings something to the other. Our interest in dialogue is also incarnated in the way our projects weave relations with their context and their occupants. We enjoy
managing wide and complex projects that require an enriching multidisciplinarity and where the architect acts as a conductor, whose global vision can guarantee the rightness of the music.

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