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24.11.2019 11:00

finissage

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de vylder vinck tailleu:
Unless Ever People

Finissage of the exhibition UNLESS EVER PEOPLE / CARITAS FOR FREESPACE
Sunday 24 November, 11:00 - 18:00

Welcome for the finissage of UNLESS EVER PEOPLE / CARITAS FOR FREESPACE, an exhibition by the Ghent firm of architects de vylder vinck taillieu. The exhibition is a representation of the CARITAS project, which the firm realised on the site of the Karus Psychiatric Centre in Melle near Ghent. The office spared the outdated Sint-Jozef building from demolition and gave the 'ruin' a beautiful, new role as a therapeutic space. An earlier version of this exhibition won the Silver Lion for young and promising work at the Biennale Architettura 2018 in Venice and is on view in Belgium for the first time.

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