The Bench : a Microscopy is an exhibition curated by Aline Gheysens and gathers original pieces by Simon Boudvin, Francis Cape, Ann Veronica Janssens, JDS Architects and muller van severen; a film by William H. Whyte; a series of specific strolls throughout Brussels imagined by Francesca Chiacchio, Jean-François Pirson, Jean-Christophe Quinton and a wunderkammer of historical drawings, imaginary projects, unbuilt proposals, models and photographs of benches from far away places featuring works by Lucile Soufflet, OMA / Rem Koolhaas (Rotterdam, The Netherlands), MAD – Brussels, fashion & design platform, Quentin Nicolaï, Solène Lavillaureix and Tom Floquet.
The Bench : a Microscopy
opening 19.10.2017 | 6.30pm
20.10.2017 > 28.01.2018
Fondation CIVA Stichting
Kluisstraat 55 Rue de l’Ermitage
conference for the students of Architecture Departement next monday the 18th of september at 8.30
The artistic project conceived for Peterbos social housing in Brussels is completed and has been inaugurated. A project of the ” 101%” of SLRB.
Collaboration Domitienne Cuvelier for Comensia (Assam) and SLRB.
Landscape, the furniture designed for the square Jacques Brel in Brussels is in now in production by Recycart.
Completion of the square is foreseen in 2017.
Commissioned by MAD brussels for the city of Brussels. More informations soon.
New project for the city of Brussels, furniture as a landscape with benches, tables, roof…
The benches project designed for Square Jacques Brel is extended to the neighborhood.
It will be realised by Recyclart and is commissioned by MAD brussels for the city of Brussels (sustainable district contract Jardin aux Fleurs – Bloemenhof.). The square will be completed in 2016.
The artistic project conceived for Peterbos social housing in Brussels is close to the end. Last week the mosaïc part was realised with the inhabitants.
A project of the ” 101%” of SLRB.
Collaboration Domitienne Cuvelier for ASSAM and SLRB.
Three pieces of furniture have been designed for the square Jacques Brel in Brussels. The project has been publicly presented in october and should be produced next spring 2015.
commissionned by MAD Brussels for the city of Brussels.
Lucile Soufflet will be part of the workshop GIT II organised by Glass is Tomorrow. It will take place at the Verrerie de Saint-Just / Saint-Just Glassworks in Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert, France. A public conference and a pecha kucha will be held May 22.