Image : Pierre Blondel Architectes
A subsidy from the Brussels Region has been granted for the purchase of the land located at 413-417 Chaussée d’Anvers in Brussels, in the framework of the Masui Sustainable Neighbourhood Contract. This project plannes the construction of 14 housing units.
In addition to the apartments, the project also includes a Brussels Environment park warden’s office at the bottom of its plot, which is adjacent to the future Senne Park. The construction of the park warden’s office is entirely funded by Brussels Environment.
Brussels Environment was looking for a place to set up its park warden branch for the new park developed on the former bed of the Senne, and the CLTB was looking for synergies with the neighbourhood. The integration of this branch therefore seemed obvious. The bottom of the plot, which is not very suitable for building housing, but which is adjacent to the vegetable gardens of the park, was therefore ideal.
The multi-purpose room of the antenna will be used jointly by the users of the park for activities organised by the caretakers and the inhabitants of the CLTB housing.
Chaussée d’Anvers 413-417, 1000 Bruxelles
Building program :
Client : CLTB & Bruxelles Environnement
Architect : Pierre Blondel Architectes
Contractor : tbd