Accommodating Europe: architectural guided tour through Brussels Archive
Saturday 4 June 2011 - 13:30 > 17:00
Starting point: subway station Park at the Warandepark.
Finishing point: subway station Schuman.
© Tijl Vereenooghe
Brussels is inextricably linked to Europe and for that reason we would like to take you on a confrontational walk to the European neighbourhood. Many neoclassic buildings were demolished in the ‘80s to make room for office buildings of the European Union. We will not only show the postmodern structures, but also point out what disappeared and the few gems left standing.
In collaboration with Brukselbinnenstebuiten
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In series: Thinking Europe
|Is Europe getting smaller?|
|The religious lobby in Europe | Thinking Europe|
|SANTU MOFOKENG: Chasing Shadows|
|citybooks exhibition Graz|