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Two major challenges guided the design of this project for a new residential nursing and care home providing accommodation for 130 residents:

- Firstly: To design a building meeting zero energy standards, which was a first in 2009.

Work on the extension of the functional rehabilitation centre at the Léonard de Vinci hospital was completed in April this year.

The first stone of the future Chirec Delta hospital at Auderghem was laid on 25 March this year.  The idea behind the project is to bring the various Brussels Cavell and Parc Léopold hospital sites together on a single site. It will provide at least 550 beds in an ideal location.

An article on the future MontLégia Christian Hospital Complex, on which ASSAR ARCHITECTS work in association with ARTAU appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of the magazine “Architecture Hospitalière”.

On the next 3rd and 4th of April the professional show of healthcare will take place in Namur Expo. This exhibition will gather up the equipment, the solution and the innovation in the sector of the healthcare. The main goal is also to make the professional meeting easier.

This housing project, which began in 2005 with the construction of 5 houses, is continuing in successive phases. A block of 33 apartments on the Boulevard du Souverain in Auderghem has just been completed, forming a whole with 4 other apartment blocks and 21 individual houses rooted within the Promenade Verte.

With the completion of the new “Health Suite” wing, ASSAR ARCHITECTS has reached the end of a significant new phase in the renovation of Namur hospital.

Work has just been completed on this new research centre for the analysis and development of AGC glass products, located in the Aeropole science park in Charleroi.

The showroom, already renovated once by ASSAR ARCHITECTS in 1997, is well-known and can be seen from the Boulevard Paepsem. This time, it has been fully refurbished and extended. The rotunda, which continues to serve as the showroom and training area for the installers, has been reconfigured to divide the space in two, with heating equipment displayed on one side and cooling equipment on the other.

Work began in July 2013.
After demolition of the existing building, remains of the Brussels city wall dating from the 13th century were exposed. The new structure, an office building with a “zero energy” target and excellent BREEAM rating, will take into account the existence of the historic monument.
Completion of the work is scheduled for June 2015.